Making it count!
Happiness isn’t something that stays maintenance-free. There’s actually quite a bit of effort needed on your end to keep it active. Happiness is like a nice chizled body; without consistent maintenance and a direct focus on strengthening it it’s going to lose its strength and effectiveness. When happiness persists make it count because not every day will be a happy one. Happiness is something that should be cherished and taken advantage of, not taken for granted. When happiness enters your life be sure to make the most of it. Use it as leverage to make your dreams come true. And, be sure to encourage those around you to be happy too. Happiness is easiest celebrate when there’s others around to appreciate it.
Make your happiness count by making the most of it. Relish in the excitement when it’s present because often times our lives are anything but happy. It’s the happy times that make us realize life is worthwhile. Spending time with our children, friends and family are what make us happy. Achieving goals and working towards our passions are what makes us happy. Living in the moment is what makes us happy. These are all great ways to make the most of your life.
Make it count by accomplishing something you never thought was possible. Follow your ambitions and work towards the imagination you used to visualize when you were younger. The one you gave up on after being discriminated against. Let go of the limitations you previously held in the perspective of life that was passed down to you by your relatives. Make it count by sharing the happiness with those around you; those who are worthy of sharing it with. Your life is waiting to experience happiness in abundance. The type of happiness that brings a lasting smile. The kind of happiness that drives friendships closer, and the realm of happiness that makes you feel like you’re at the height of the world.
This is only one of the fifteen commandments to happiness. If you’re interested in the complete set of commandments please visit Commandments to Happiness