Happiness – A Way of Life

Lots of people think that they can looking for happiness in relationships, material things, and experiences, and while at times these things may bring pleasure or moments that feel good. But, to your opinion, is it a true happiness? In fact, true happiness is a result of living true principles. We can find them in all areas of life easily and once learned and applied happiness is the natural result. Thanks to our freedom, happiness comes as we live in harmony with these principles. Have you ever heard the saying “truth sets you free?”

Let’s start by understanding what is meant by true principles. I’ll first explain it in terms of relationships with others. If you want to have a healthy, happy relationship with a person you must live certain principles. Honesty is vitally important. Without it there is no trust. Without trust you will not have a happy relationship. Criticism destroys relationships. Always! To have a happy relationship it must be free of criticism. Every relationship that includes honesty and is void of criticism is a relationship based on true principles. The more true principles lived in the relationship the happier the people in that relationship will be. There are true financial principles that when lived bring financial freedom. There are also true health principles that when followed bring health. A person living a life of financial freedom and health is more likely to be happy then a person who is sick, and/or in debt.

The best thing about true principles is that they will never change. They have stood the test of time. Honesty will always be the best policy. You should always look before you leap. Never count your chickens before they hatch. These sayings along with other proverbs and fables have been a way of handing down true principles from generation to generation. They are important truths that when lived bring happiness. We may not understand why, but they just do. It is because when you live truths you are living in harmony with natural laws. Harmony, peace, and happiness are natural consequences of living in harmony with natural law.

Do you want to be happy? Do you want your relationships with others to be meaningful? Are you tired of being depressed, sick, or unhappy with any part of your life? You can do something about it. Happiness is your choice and it begins with a decision to be happy. That is the first step to living a life full of happiness, peace and harmony. To learn more you can check out http://www.pbhappiness.com You may find something helpful in my latest blog, or find a book that could change your life like they have mine. You deserve happiness. Everything you need to be happy is there right now, inside of you.

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