Remember To Be Happy

As you move through your busy day, your busy life, everything a blur, minutes, hours, days, weeks, years, all running into each other, time passing, losing time, wondering where the time has gone, please, please, please, remember to be happy.


12 thoughts on “Remember To Be Happy

      • Tell you the truth, Kim, I value contentedness moreso than happiness. The latter comes and goes; it’s quite ephemeral for most of us, I think. Whereas in contentedness, if you can latch onto it, figure out its secrets, then you’re not so bothered at all by the comings and goings of life and the ephemera of feelings, none of which we have much control over, anyway. It’s like a quieter, deeper kind of happiness, but it’s not a feeling alone. Know what I mean?

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