Friday, February 13, 2009

Choose Happiness


You must choose happiness.Happiness is a state of mind. There is a phrase in the Bible that say as, Choose ye this day whom ye will serve. You have the freedom to choose happiness. This may seem extraordinary simple, and it is. Perhaps this is why people stumble on the way to happiness, they do not see the simplicity of the key to happiness. The great things of life are simple, dynamic, and creative. They produce well-being and happiness. Begin now to choose happiness. Whenever my attention wanders away from that which is good and constructive, I will immediately bring it back to the contemplation of that which is lovely and of good report..I am definitely going to be happy all day long. Start each day in this manner, then you will be choosing happiness, you will be radiant, joyous person.

1 comment:

  1. I going to be happy too for all day :D
    i choose happiness yeah (^^,)

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