Delight in everything today! Hawaii experienced a missile alert by mistake last weekend and thousands began to panic and sought shelter as advised. People started to think that their lives are about to end. When the alarm was put off, most people were angry and disgruntled but due to this incident, people realized how life can be so short and you should make every moment count. You have to delight in everything that you have by being grateful and happy. Dwelling in anger and other negative issues in life will only make miserable moments that are not worth it. You have to let go of the need to control and let things take its course while doing the best that you can.
Happiness Is Present Every Minute When You Delight In Everything
At the end of the the day, there are three things that you need to check within yourself – did you live? Did you love? Did you matter? If you dwell on happiness and positivity and delight in everything that you do, you make sure that you are saying Yes to these questions at the end of your day. To live is to simply exist, show up at work or anywhere you are needed. Love the people around you by seeing beyond their flaws and imperfections and you need to matter by helping others and making a difference in their lives.
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