What is happiness? Is it success? Is it love? Is it money?

Money doesn’t buy happiness. But you’ll be very miserable when you have no money.

Let me answer that question once and for all. Money brings security. Once you have your basic needs met, more money doesn’t equal more happiness.

You can feel happy when you have absolutely nothing. That is true if 1) you choose to or 2) happiness is fleeting for a very short period of time (unless you’re spiritually advanced).

For an everyday person, we don’t feel happy when we have to continually worry about how we’re going to put food on the table tomorrow or whether we have shelter the next day. I don’t know about you, but happiness wouldn’t be something I think about when I couldn’t make ends meet.

Let’s get real. We think about our spiritual life, our purpose, and even love when we have our life in some sort of order.

If you don’t have to worry about food, rent, or transportation, congratulation! You’re lucky, and you already have something to be very happy about.

Moreover, you’re at the point that you’re ready to delve deeper into your soul purpose. There must be more to life than going to work and paying bills, right?

You want to feel happy and live a life fulfilled. Good news is you don’t have to go far to find out. Happiness comes from peace of mind, a grounded center inside you that knows the truth of you.

A happy, fulfilled life consists of purposeful work and meaningful relationships. Don’t you agree? How are you going to get them?

What is purposeful to you? What is meaningful to you? All of that boils down to one fundamental question: Who are you?

To get a more visual summary and a quick checklist, download my Happiness Blueprint & Checklist. 

"Life is a box of chocolates." Possibly. Emotions can feel like that. But you can open the box, look and pick out your favorite chocolate. Similarly, you can choose your emotions. Who wants to choose misery? Who wants to choose happiness?
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