July 14, 2014
Abraham-Hicks tells us “a happy life is just a string of happy moments. But most people don’t allow for a happy moment because they’re too busy trying to get a happy life.”
Happy moments are those that seem unexpected, unplanned or uneventful at the time, but turn out to be special memory mile markers along the way. Waiting in line with your child for an ice cream cone, a power failure when the air conditioner goes out, sitting in traffic hoping for volume to dissipate at toll booths can all be opportunities for those happy moments. The ice cream cone, cooled air and moving traffic might look like the objective, but the happiness is in the moments of enjoying each other in the stillness leading up to them.
Someone once said “The best gift we can ever give each other is a lifetime of happy memories.” Stringing together those happy moments. Sounds like good guidance whatever the season.
Much love to all,