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Journey to happiness

Sunday, June 03, 2012

"The journey is what brings happiness, not the destination." I heard this in a movie I saw the other day.
We all are on some kind of journey and as I think about my journey with Spark, I see that everyday that I stay within my calorie range, get in all my water and do some type of exercise I am happy with myself-another day closer to my goal.
But this also applies to all areas of life-when we find ourselves in a valley what we learn as we climb up that hill we learn, which in turn brings us happiness.
The more we learn to better ourselves the happier we are.

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JENNY712 6/14/2012 11:03AM

    . emoticon blog. Thank you for sharing! emoticon Jenny

I also remember a Sunday School teacher that told us that our JOY never depends on happiness or what happens around us but on JESUS, His love, and His Word. We can rest in His love, JOY, and strength when our strength and world is falling apart.God reminds us that our true destination is out of this world and beyond our biggest dreams and for now He is able to help and comfort us while directing our steps. No one loves us more than JESUS emoticon

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EDITOR 6/3/2012 1:43PM

    I remember it is said that a climb up a mountain is worth the view from up there. Effort and the basics get us to the top of that hill where everything is clearer and sunlit. Our positive mindset is how that journey should be taken, and you have what is takes, Candy!

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