Unconditional Joy

Introspective and inspiring.

Ideas and Advice for How To Live a Joyful and Empowered Life.

For most of my life, having a good day or a bad day depended on what was happening in my life.

When I weighed myself going up or down one pound was the deciding factor for how I felt that day. (I stopped weighing myself years ago).

When I’ve had a partner and things were going well, it was a good day. When things were not so well, it was a bad day.

When someone made a rude remark, it was a bad day and when someone made a kind remark it was a good day.

When everyone was well in my family, it was a good day.  When someone in my family was having a health problem, it was a bad day.

When my car broke down, it was a bad day.  When my car was running well, it was a good day.

It’s raining – bad day.  It’s…

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5 thoughts on “Unconditional Joy

  1. Yes, it will help me and I think most of us. I used to sleep with thinking about either about that day or about some problems and issues. Such a great post!

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