“Don’t cry because it’s over,
be happy because it happened”
“You can’t go back and change the beginning,
but you can start where you are and
change the ending.”
Guaranteed* to decrease moping, malcontent and feeling blue. Gratitude is now available over-the-counter, but should not be used off-label for conditions other than dysphoria.
Adverse Side effects
- Only take as directed, no more than 100 gratitudes a day, or may induce euphoria, resulting in dancing nude on the beach which can lead to skin cancer.
- Can cause lightheartedness in individuals with pre-existing conditions of joy
- May impair balance and equilibrium with danger of falling in love with yourself or others.
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“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said,
people will forget what you did,
but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
Martin Seligman was a pioneer in happiness research.
He found that people who pursued the Pleasant Life experienced little happiness, while those who pursued the Meaningful Life and the Engaged Life were very happy.
Seligman describes three kinds of happiness:
1. Pleasant Life –enjoy yourself, eat well, savor life.
Dance for fun
2. Engaged Life–develop a passion and work hard at it, lose yourself in it. Hug a tree
3. Meaningful Life–contribute to the greater good.