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Dont Let Life Happen to You

Don't Let Life Happen To You It is not death that a man should fear, but he should fear never beginning to live. - Marcus Aurelius (121-80 AD, Roman Emperor, Philosopher) It's hard to believe that we are nearing the end of another year.

Divining Your Life Path Number

The Life Path is determined by the sum that is arrived at after reducing your birth date by adding digits together. This number represents the traits and talents that you were born with and the probable journey you will take during your lifetime.

Helping Happiness Along

Happiness is worth helping along.The benefits of being a happy person are huge.

The ABCs Of A Great Life: J Is For Joviality

Laughter, humor, a lighthearted sense of being - all of these are an important part of a well-balanced breakfast, er, life. Without humor, there is no hope.

Getting To The Root Of Unhappiness

Many people live in clutter, emotionally eat themselves into overweight, live in debt, hate their jobs and otherwise live unhappy lives, unable and seemingly unwilling to change. Why? What do these have in common? What is the core issue? Fear, or rather an absence of love.

Happiness and the Single Person; Changing Myth Into Reality

Does the expression "single and happy" sound like an oxymoron to you? Are you weary of others (especially other singles) reinforcing the belief that singles cannot be happy? Do you find yourself always planning for the future or putting things off until you "are married and settled? Do you often have a sense that the intense feelings of happiness and joy cannot really be experienced unless you "have someone to share it with?" Do you just feel there is not enough time and other necessary resources available to the single person to pursue experiences that can bring true happiness?If the above resonates in your gut, do not despair. The following tips will offer ways to help you experience your present reality differently through changing behavior that is based on those negative (false) beliefs.

Achievement and Happiness the 80/20 Way

If there was ever a principle that was responsible for the most happiness and achievement in the world, it would be the 80/20 Principle.The 80/20 Principle or Pareto Principle was discovered in 1897 by an Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto while he was searching for patterns of wealth and income in England.

How To Be Outrageously Happy

You can be as happy as you want whenever you want. Zen masters have proven this - all you have to do is just "be" with whatever you have right now.

Design Psychology: How Our Sensory Responses to Aromas Create Happy Homes

Our sense of smell elicits strong emotional reactions and triggers powerful memories, whether we're consciously aware of it or not.Scents and FeelingsOur olfactory system sends a chemical message about the scents around us through the limbic part of our brain, which is the oldest part of our brain.

Design Psychology: How to Create Happy Homes Using Scents

Our sense of smell elicits strong emotional reactions and trigger powerful memories, whether we're consciously aware of it or not.Scents and FeelingsOur olfactory system sends a chemical message about the scents around us through the limbic part of our brain, which is the oldest part of our brain.

Clearing a Path for Happiness

In the United States, the pursuit of happiness is a god-given right and Americans have a document to prove it. But I wonder why the Founding Fathers deliberately phrased it, 'the pursuit of happiness', as if to say --- happiness in itself cannot be granted because it was, and still remains, tied to materialism.

Getting Connected

"The foolish man seeks happiness in the distance, the wise grows it under his feet." -James OppenheimToday is very special.

The Secret to Staying Centered and Happy in a Troubled World

Many of us are probably so used to crisis in the world that it has become a natural part of our mental scenery. We've grown accustomed to living in a world where acts of bitter conflict, unrest, and inhumanity are everyday things, and their constant contradiction with our essential values almost seems normal.

10 Steps to Happily Ever After

Do you know what all happy and healthy marriages have in common? In every one of them you will find two people committed to making each other happy. You will find a man who cherishes his wife and puts her needs above his own, and you will find a wife who respects and trusts her man.

Happiness Increases Longevity...Where Do We Find This Gift of Life?

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Why our phones are making us miserable: pleasure isn't happiness ...
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The language between "happiness" and "pleasure" is subtle, but the chemical difference in our brain is huge, and also why our phones can feel addictive.

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A Finn's advice on happiness: 'It's time to let go of the victimhood Ireland'
THE IRISH HAD 800 years of oppression by a coloniser; the Finns had 800 years of oppression by two colonisers. The Irish had the Famine; the Finns had two famines that were even worse than the Irish one. The Irish had a civil war with 3,000 casualties ...

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Scroundrel & Scamp's 'Happiness' is pure happiness
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India Osborne and John Keeney portray lovers with some explaining to do in the Mickle Maher play “There Is a Happiness That Morning Is.” Tim Fuller. Facebook · Twitter · Email; Print; Save. A very public lust fest between two professors on a college ...

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Smiling back to happiness
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These shiny happy people are members of what is a pretty rare species in Ireland, so you've probably never spotted one in the wild. And unless you live in Galway city or county – or Leitrim, Wexford or Naas town – you may not recognise the plumage. But ...

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Happiness hasn't risen with incomes: British economist Richard Layard
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BBritish economist Richard Layard, called the “happiness tsar”, has researched extensively on happiness and has written many books on it, including co-authoring the latest The Origins of Happiness. A peer in the House of Lords, he helps the UK ...

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Want to be happier? Little changes can help
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The book—When Likes Aren't Enough: A Crash Course in the Science of Happiness (Grand Central Life & Style, 2018), by Tim Bono, lecturer in psychology at Washington University in St. Louis—tackles these ideas while offering strategies on how to make ...


An entire N.J. high school is sending some happiness to Parkland ...
When Ryan Selquist, 16, a junior at Madison High School, heard about the shooting at the Florida High School in Parkland that killed 17 students in February, he knew he and his other classmates could find a way to reach out to students. "It was ...

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This Famous Happiness Scientist Takes a Radical Approach to Vacations (It's Really Radical)
I'm not entirely convinced by the science of happiness. This is partly because I know a lot of unhappy scientists. Then again, people have become so obsessed about whether they're happy or not that it's inevitable a science will arise to explain to ...


Want To Reboot Your Happiness? This Google Engineer Shows You How
Today is the International Day of Happiness the global movement for shaping a happier world. How happy are you on a scale of 1 - 10? And how happy are your family, friends and work colleagues? Mo Gawdat is the Google [X] engineer and author of Solve ...
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Happiness is in the eye of the beholder
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The international effort to judge which country is the "happiest" to live in, and which one is the least is like a woman looking at the mirror and asking who is the prettiest of them all! Happiness is so subjective, and by and large it is in the eye of ...

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