Whose Kind of Happiness Is This, Anyway? … by Alice ..

Revised; originally published on 3 October 2013 

Dear Ones,

Here’s a video on finding happiness …

VIDEO BY ALICE

SUMMARY OF THE VIDEO

  • Whose happiness am I living? Over the course of the last 10 years or so, I’ve had a chance to really examine my ideas about happiness, and to decide whether they were true or not.
  • I found out that many of my ideas about happiness came from fairy tales and children’s books that I read when I was very young. Often, these didn’t fit the reality of me.
  • I think it’s good to think about what really makes us happy. What do we really need?
  • What is happiness? A case could be made for breaking down happiness to the basic necessities, such as food, clothing, shelter, getting enough sleep, and having some friends around to depend upon in times of trouble. It’s a short list.
  • Tom Kenyon makes another point about happiness … He thinks it just depends on attitude: If we have an attitude of appreciation and gratitude, or an attitude of surrender and letting go regarding what’s happening to us, with the trust that it’s happening because the Divine has the best intentions towards us … those kinds of emotions and attitudes can create an attitude that everything is OK, even if it flies in the face of the reality that we’re seeing.
  • I agree with that to a large extent. I think it’s good to provide for ourselves; but when all else fails, that kind of attitude can see us through.

For more on the way feelings of gratitude and appreciation can increase your ability to control chaos, see “The Emergence of Multiple Chaotic Nodes: A Hathor Planetary Message Through Tom Kenyon,” http://tomkenyon.com/the-emergence-of-multiple-chaotic-nodes

In love, light and joy,
I Am of the Stars
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appreciation, chaos, gratitude, happiness, surrender, Tom Kenyon,

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