Happiness

10 Ways To Find Happiness In Retirement

10 Ways To Find Happiness In Retirement

Retirement is not the end but is merely the beginning of a new life, a new you. As such, it is nothing that should be dreaded or something that should cause you unnecessary stress. Instead it should make you happy and can bring you a new sense of pleasure, if only you let it. In this article, we’ll discuss ten ways that you can find happiness in retirement. More

Be Happy! Happiness is just a Matter of Mind

Be Happy! Happiness is just a Matter of Mind

Though one could be infinitely happy by just enjoying the nature and family and all the human-made things, there are still millions of people who are unhappy. In the developed countries there is very fortunate circumstance of having both God-given and man-made things. Still a majority of people there are unhappy. In the developing countries, where for millions there is a real scarcity of even basic needs, people seem to be happy. There are some people who are engaged in difficult tasks and in warfare, and even incarcerated in prisons, and are still happy! We have just discussed the factors of happiness. Millions of people have them, still they are unhappy. There are millions of others who don’t have them, yet they are happy! More

Do What Feels Good And Find Freedom

Do What Feels Good And Find Freedom

A thought is an energy. Energy always wants to manifest itself. More

Alone But Not Lonely

Alone But Not Lonely

In today’s fast paced society, we’ve become accustomed to filling the eeriness of silence with fluff. We turn to many distractions as a means of escaping feelings of idleness or boredom. But the main thing we wish to elude is loneliness. Solitude does not have to be alienating or lonesome. In fact, solitude and loneliness are distinctly separate. More

Abundance is a feeling

Abundance is a feeling

This question and answer interview was done by Kathy Smith, one of Michael’s loyal Virtual Assistants. Visit her website. More

Acceptance!

Acceptance!

I was first thinking , when exactly does one start to yearn for acceptance? More