“The happiest of people don’t necessarily have the best of everything; they just make the most of everything that comes along their way.”
Is it strange that I feel guilty that I feel happy when everything isn’t going well in my life? Life has it’s ups and downs, but I try to focus on all that is wonderful about my life. So like any other normal person I’m disappointed when a relationship doesn’t work out, or financially insecure (really scared) when a job opportunity falls through. I don’t let it get me down. I simply choose to be happy.
I’m not superhuman. I’m not always happy or optimistic. In fact, I’m pretty pessimistic. For a time in my life I was really negative. I think it repelled people. I soon had nobody to hang out with or talk to.
In working to transform my life, I’ve done my best to be committed to happiness. I’ll SAY IT AGAIN TO BE CLEAR; I AM COMMITTED TO HAPPINESS! In my life I’ve been committed to my addiction; I’ve been committed to my recovery; I’ve been committed to beliefs that made me miserable; I’ve been committed to unhealthy relationships. For the first time in my life I am committed to happiness. I wake up every day with a commitment to be happy.
I know I’ll experience, like everyone else, the highs and lows of being human. That is to be expected. But I know that it is my choice, my commitment, to be happy. Living the GREAT LIFE helps to support the joy I feel daily. I hope that you will find the same happiness by adopting the principles outlined under the GREAT LIFE page.