This post is about eliminating our negative and single-dimensional views of others. This viewpoint causes hatred and anger and fails to see the larger picture.
“If more of us valued food and cheer and song over hoarded gold it would be a merrier world.” – Thorin Oakenshield / JRR Tolkein This quote was spoken by Thorin Oakenshield, the leader of the Dwarves from JRR Tolkein’s fantasy novel, The Hobbit. These words were spoken upon Thorin’s deathbed as he begged forgivenessContinue reading “Happiness is Determined by What We Hold Dear”
Yesterday I discussed one of my father’s favorite sayings about graveyards being full of indispensable people, finding that it was originally said by Charles de Gaulle. Today I have another one of my father’s witticisms that I believe is relevant to this blog. I cannot find any evidence of anyone else having said it soContinue reading “Possession does not bring us Happiness”
My father is fond of saying “graveyards are full of indispensable people.” For as long as I can remember this been one of his favorite quotes and most succinctly stated thoughts about life. When he would say this I would roll my eyes, as children tend to do when their parents are trying to teachContinue reading “Happiness Thought for the Day: We aren't as important as we think”
I posted a video on my YouTube channel wherein I discuss the importance of perspective as it pertains to happiness. You can view the video here or see it at my YouTube page: Here I welcome any feedback.