"And they lived happily ever after. . ."
-- Storybook ending
New: Audio version
[Classic post from 7-20-15]
Too good to be true? Did you stop believing that fairy tale after finding out about Santa Claus? It's only in stories but not real life?
Abraham, Esther Hicks gives us some uplifting advice: "We encourage you to decide, as early in life as possible, that your dominant intent and reason for existence is to live happily ever after. That would be a very good career choice: to gravitate toward those activities and to embrace those desires that harmonize with your core intentions, which are freedom and growth--and joy. Make a "career" of living a happy life rather than trying to find work that will produce enough income that you can do things with your money that will then make you happy. When feeling happy is of paramount importance to you--and what you do "for a living" makes you happy--you have found the best of all combinations."
It's Never Too Late To Get Happy.
Spread Some Joy Today--and it will be returned to you in kind.