Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Happiness is a Frame of Mind

As little girls we loved toys and collected dolls, balls, skipping ropes - and we were happy. As teenagers toys lost their allure and we dreamt about the guy who would sweep us off our feet - we would marry him and live 'happily ever after.' Then we became adults and discovered that we still loved toys - only bigger: big car, big house, big job, big money. We accumulated things to make us happy.

At 50 I know that happiness is a frame of mind - we choose the context.

— feeling happy.

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