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My Happiness Challenge Day 30

Thursday, July 20, 2017

Woohoo! 30 days! That's an accomplishment I am proud of! I have only missed 2 days of the last 32! That's a 94% average! I feel better about this summer than I have felt in the past 15 years! Moving on so I can get ready for a pool party today at my house.

Happy people...

30. Understand karma not to be punishment for one wrong decision. If they choose to believe in it, they understand it to be the sum of your actions and not the universe seeking revenge.

I don't believe in karma. Every time I have used the word karma I have been talking about what I perceived as someone's just desserts. That means I am judging people and I don't like to think that that is the kind of person I am. It's putting negativity out in the world and there's too much of that. I want to believe that people are trying to do the best they can. God loves every human and allows us to make our own choices and learn from our mistakes. So I'm not sure how this karma thing applies to happy people at all.

Bad things happen to good people and with billions of people in the world with their own agendas, very little can be controlled by oneself. I choose to be a positive force in the universe. I will continue to do the best that I can and see the best in every situation. I can be happy with that..

I am happy.
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    You are awesome!
    1372 days ago
  • MAYIE53
    I am glad you are happy. I aim for happiness every day and sometimes I even get there. Will be checking back with your former blogs to get more hints. Thank you for posting.
    1372 days ago
  • BETRHO48
    Being happy and positive no matter the circumstances is very healthy. Keep sparking.
    1372 days ago
    That's wonderful! Take care of yourself first.
    1372 days ago
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