Find that thing you’re passionate about, and embrace it.
You are valuable. You are needed. Find happiness in the nurturing you can do.
Allow yourself to take a break from your restrictions, even if it’s just relaxing from your anxieties.
Grief doesn’t have to be something negative; it can be filled with love and hope and happiness.
Remembering that which is meaningful can help us endure those Dark Days a little bit easier.
You take care of mental health, and everything else follows; it’s a building block of a happy person and a harmonious community.
When the darkness is closing in, cling to your free will; the human spirit is power, you are powerful.
Real love is constant, like the deep thrum of your heart in your chest or the perpetual rushing of blood through your veins.
If you’re unhappy in your job or your life, make a plan. Your happiness is in your own hands.
Change is necessary, as essential as it is brutal.
But mostly reading—at least to me—brings joy, helping the mind be a little happier.
If you’re tired, feed your body all those good things it’s missing: good sleep, nutritious food, pure water. A happy body means a happier brain.