Per usual, the bard writes with style, and beauty drips from pen to paper.
Not Shakespeare’s best effort, but it does nicely dramatize ancient history.
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.
Pets are something special, a way for humans and animals to meet in harmony. They can lift burdens and inspire happiness.
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.
Mariko is one of the few characters that doesn’t need to be saved; she saves herself.
Don’t lose faith; don’t lose hope. It starts with a spark, a flash in the darkness. Find your spark.
After all, some of our most cherished books are written for children (or the child-like at heart).
Those spiritual “little” things, small things, form our spiritual habits and souls and characters.
Blogging makes me happy; do those things that make you truly happy down to your warm and fuzzy core.