Dear Friends of The Sunny Center,
I planned to talk about grief this week. But instead, I decided to talk about happiness. Because they are connected. The more happiness you have with someone, the more you grieve when they’re not here anymore.
My dear friend Robina, who is a Buddhist nun, has huge knowledge and a great sense of humor. I listen to her talks often, and happiness is one of the topics she discusses frequently. Which got me to thinking about how we find the happiness we are seeking.
Happiness is a choice. Even the worst situation gives us the opportunity to improve spiritually. Sometimes we struggle to find happiness even when things are going well. We think happiness should be coming from someone or somewhere. But the happiness that we are really looking for comes from the inside.
In my video this week I discuss how to find your happiness even in dire circumstances.
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