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It’s True.

I think highly of the ability to “enjoy the little things”, including reveling in thoughts and imaginings that might often be considered childish.  There’s great beauty in that.

I’m not the first, and I certainly won’t be the last to say this, but there’s no point in expecting some event or milestone in our lives to bring us happiness, in saying “I’ll be happy when I’m done with school” or “I’ll be happy when I can get married.”  Be happy now.  Be a happy person, bring your joy along with you, and let those milestones reflect your own personal growth along the way.

Thanks for joining us for another edition of “Jake’s Deeeeep Thoughts”.







One response to “It’s True.”

  1. Bailar Avatar

    Amen, Brother. 😉 I needed to hear that. It’s easy to forget to be really happy when you start focusing on your problems. Yesterday on the bus I overheard an interesting conversation between two people. One of them was particularly happy and the other particularly grumpy. The funny thing was that the man that was so happy was also completely blind. I don’t know anything about the other person’s problems but she lacked the ability, or maybe the desire, to appreciate what she has. I found it a particularly helpful observation for this point in my life. Just have fun doing what you can do and do your best at what you struggle with. Especially when your most restricting limitation is your attitude.

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