Good Advice for Happiness

Here are some notes from a few years back. It reminds me of Earl Nightingale but I’m not sure where the information comes from. Only that I’m amazed that I wrote it down 10 years ago…

1. Write of Today knowing you will be best known tomorrow.

2. Do not avoid eye contact, nor be afraid to break it

3. Do not fear disturbing people’s anger. Do not assume they will object. Direct your words at truth and accomplishment, not a tease

4. Do not fear to be wrong nor to show your weakness or innocence…. Innocence is not weakness.

5. If it brings joy, be joyful. Always carry a smile moving into laughter.

6. Do not hesitate, be sincere but have care and sentiment for all your words

7. Let the light shine through the diamond of your soul and reflect it on others in it’s crafts and actions.

8. Be confident, knowing your own powers as truths. Be Happy! You are happy to be alive and more.

9. Everything is an art and the learning of art never ceases.

6 thoughts on “Good Advice for Happiness”

    1. Hi, Pat!I think this is a wonderful thing you are doing.. thank you.. oxoxI, mylsef, have a situation I’m dealing with w/my family in Brasil. My half-sister (we had the same father) isa greedy greedy person and decided to take my share of our Father’s inheritance. While I am working on thatone, she also told me, No one here wants you to come down to visit again. You are a problem and difficult to deal with! (this from a woman who is a rage-aholic and chain smokes to suppress her anger). The sad thing is her two sons now have had additional children I have never met.. and, I probably won’t ever have the opportunity to meet and see grow up. She has poisoned them against me, and ever since they all moved to big, expensive penthouse apartments on Ipanema, she has not wanted me to come down again to see how rich they are. It has been incredibly, unbelievably hurtful. My father always wanted us to be friends..

    2. Pat,I’m so grateful to have seen your aitrcle in Crone which led me to this website. Until I came across the aitrcle, I had assumed that my husband and I were utterly alone in our experience. We have 2 children and 3 grandchildren. It’s been 3 years since we’ve have heard from them. Yes, I would like to know my grandchildren again but our sons lied to us (and taught the children to lie to us) and abandoned us as soon as we were old enough to perhaps require something from them instead of the other way around. We don’t feel that we could ever trust them again. At one point, I thought the grief would never end but life does go on.

  1. Studying this reminds me of my old space mate. That guy was 1 with the smartest human beings I know, but he was a little odd for my tastes even though. Anyways I appreciated reading this, thanks. Will give me some thing to go into when I see him.

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