Showing posts with label happiness. Show all posts
Showing posts with label happiness. Show all posts

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Don't Worry, Be Happy - Bobby McFerrin- I know it says Marley ( sorry it...

Hope you guys out there have a happy midweek... Enjoy

Thursday, January 03, 2013

Hi all,

it has been a few days that we stepped into 2013. I had experienced the joy, grace and provision from the Lord for the past few days. Indeed, we just need to think simple and work hard. No hard and fast rules. As most people would want to start a fresh state in a new year, I would recommend some bible verses for you guys to mediate upon and picture for you to look so that 2013 is a year of happiness.

Please feel free to tell me on the positive results if you guys find these things useful via the comments

Monday, December 31, 2012

Something that I hope will bless you guys out there for 2013

As I am trying to live within these 7 steps to happiness for next year .Hope this will be your life motto for next year too.

Monday, October 08, 2012

Emotional Wellness

Hi all ,

Just wanna to share something about emotional wellness with you guys out there through an excerpt that i was reading from my daily devotionals.

The excerpt goes like this:

Being Emotionally Honest
Ephesians 4:15 
Speaking the truth in love, we are to grow up in all aspects into Him, who is the head, even Christ
You can guard your intimate relationships by monitoring how you verbally express your emotions to them. For example, you're having a terrible day at the office, so you call home and say to your wife, "Honey, I'm having a bear of a day. I won't be home until about 6:00 p.m. and I have a meeting at church at 7:00. Could you have dinner ready when I get home?"
When you hit the front door you discover that your wife doesn't have dinner ready as you'd hoped. "For crying out loud," you blaze at her, "I wanted dinner ready at six o'clock! That's why I called you!" Is your wife really the cause of your emotional outburst? Not really. You had a terrible day and you're tired, hungry and stressed out. It's not her fault. Anything could have set you off. You could have just as easily kicked the dog.
Rather than level your wife, why not be emotionally honest? When it comes to acknowledging emotions with your inner circle, honesty is the best policy. But be sure to speak the truth in love (Ephesians 4:15).
Another important guideline for acknowledging and expressing your emotions is to know your limitations. Be aware that if you're on the edge emotionally--angry, tense, anxious, depressed--it's not a good time to make decisions on important issues. Your emotions may push you to resolve what you're struggling with, but you may regret your resolution if you push too hard. You're going to say things you'll later regret. Somebody's going to get hurt. You're far better off to recognize your emotional limits and say, "If we keep talking I'm going to get angry. May we continue this discussion at another time?"
Being emotionally honest lets others off the hook. When you honestly convey how you feel, others know you are not primarily mad at them and that the problem is not their fault. They can also love you better by meeting the needs you express.
So take time to acknowledge your emotions and be real to yourself and from there , you can do greater things and focus on happiness.  When you know how to better manage your emotions , your relationships get better.

Monday, September 24, 2012

Just for laughs

Hi all, I would love to share this youtube video with you guys cos it never fails to put a smile on me when I am feeling at my lowest. Hope you guys enjoy it and chase your monday blues away with it!

Sunday, July 08, 2012

Let's Talk About Happiness

This above trailer is a short video clip for what some people define happines is.
What is happiness to you ? Each of everyone of us has our definition of happiness. Happiness is something that everyone would love to have it.Yet, it is hard to find it out from deep within each of everyone of us 'cos we are all blinded by the cares of the world. So take time to slow down your pace and start to think about what happiness means to you.