Everyday we look for happiness. Some of us look for happiness from someone else, from somewhere else. The elusive pursuit of happiness has become the daily purpose of almost all of us.
Kids find happiness in every little thing they have. My nephews playing with their puppy are happy. My niece hugging her stuff toy dog is happy. The boys played with a real dog. The girl played with a stuff toy. They share the same excitement. The same happiness.
Yet adults gloat over events that happened in the past they can’t change and about the future they haven’t been.
I had my fair share of gloating too. Ha ha. I gloat over the past and feel wary about the future. I became depressed and hopeless. I grew to be obese and didn’t feel good about myself yet I continue feasting on unhealthy food, no-holds barred. I would cry over a funny movie…
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