Smile until your face gets stuck like that.
Happiness isn’t a place. It’s a mindset. A mind trained for happiness is much more powerful than a happy place.
I find much more humor in me and in my own behaviors, than I do in jokes, comedians, or other people’s follies.
Cheerfulness overcomes fearfulness.
When your mood’s in a free fall, hope’s the parachute that can give you a safe landing.
Tells me I need
A better attitude.
Moodiness and happiness rarely kiss. When life feels amiss, don’t let it steal your bliss.
We live in a world where wounds mend, hurts heal, and life does get better.
Attempt a smile-a-thon. Simile 26.2 times as fast as you can. (If you finish, you’re a champion!)
Pondering, reasoning, inner experience, and conscience are often overlooked as tools for learning to be encouraged.
Make your heart safe for happiness. Be careful not to let troublesome thoughts drive out joy before it can take root.
Your brain is wondrous. You can learn to use it to create much more inner joy and delight than you realize.
To compassionately converse with someone, listen with genuine concern, and try to see from their perspective, is beautiful!
I’ve discovered that continually focusing on what’s positive, helps me identify as happy (and prevents identity theft).
As a human, you’ve been given a wondrous gift of identity–you’re made in the image of God.
If you let what is wonderful wander out of your awareness, you’ll be left focusing on problems and pain.