key to happiness

Connection

Dana Damara by Dana Damara | June 8th, 2016 | No Comments
topic: Inspirational Media, Personal Growth | tags: connection, connection with nature, finding happiness, happiness, inspiration, inspirational, key to happiness, learning, mind-body-connection, practicing happiness, story, unconscious connection

I’ve been sitting with this idea all week long and it’s been a little challenging. You see, the idea of connection came to me when I sat at San Dominican University last weekend, on a beautiful Saturday afternoon, to pay tribute to a special young man I had only just begun to know.

Forgiveness and Moving On

Elizabeth Wellington by Elizabeth Wellington | December 7th, 2015 | 1 Comment
topic: Health & Wellness, Personal Growth | tags: finding happiness, forgive, forgiveness, happiness, key to happiness, manage stress, move on, practicing happiness, reduce stress, relieve stress, stress, stress-relief

When was the last time you felt really stuck? You couldn’t seem to get out a funk, let alone out of your sweatpants?

A Key to Happiness

Cynthia James by Cynthia James | December 10th, 2013 | No Comments
topic: Personal Growth, Relationships | tags: affirmation, authenticity, celebration, desires, gift giving, giving and receiving, happinesss, happy, harmony, heart, holidays, intention, joy, key to happiness, kindness, peaceful actions, peaceful thoughts, respect, share, simple acts, simple and heartfelt gifts, soul, stressful holidays, stressful season, want to be happy, wisdom, without expectation

This is the time of year when people are often either excited to celebrate the holidays or they are feeling a sense of dread about what might be coming during this sometimes stressful season. But the one thing that we all have in common is that we want to be happy.

As I was thinking about happiness, it came to me that a key to happiness involves circulation. By that I mean that true happiness comes from giving and receiving. The kind of sharing that involves the heart and the willingness to share without any expectations.