The pursuit of happiness

Seems a lot of people live their life in pursuit of ” happiness ” and compromise anything and everything to attain it. … I’d argue its less about your circumstance and more about recognising the value of what you already have.

Is what you behold weight or blessing? Cause I’m finding blessings are by nature weighty and oh so worth the strain.

 

 

 

2 thoughts on “The pursuit of happiness

  1. Perhaps there is a balance between recognising and valuing what you already have around you and not wanting more, and not putting up with parts of your life that aren’t right and then looking for more. Not elegantly put but maybe you get the gist.

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