Happiness is my passion.
Happiness is what I’m most passionate about.
It took me 35 years of living to make this conclusion. I thought I was passionate about other things and something else, until just last week. It was then, that I read an email from the author of The Secret, Rhonda Bryne, and she explained that you have to fuel your positive passion. Whatever you’re most passionate about, then that’s what’s going to readily show up in your daily life.
After doing some serious pondering and thinking, I was able to strongly conclude that nothing is more important to me than my happiness and the happiness of my children.
Being happy is at the forefront of my every thought and every single one of my actions. Living a happy life and exuding happiness from my being is so important to me. Instead of passionately focusing on what I don’t like or want, I take all of my energy to fuel my passion of happiness. I fill my day up with affirmations about happiness, and I even go out of my way to feel extremely happy throughout the day.
It’s easy to lose focus on what your passion is, once you become a parent. Suddenly, everything becomes about the children, the family, the house, the jobs, the cars, your mate, etc. Taking time out to embrace your passion is beneficial to everyone and everything around you. It doesn’t take long before things to become centered and ran more efficiently. The question that I pose is this: What is your passion?
Being HAPPY is mines!