The longest most elaborate path to happiness?
No offense old fella but youve already cracked the answer to that one all by yourself.
Youve found it!!
answered 05 Apr '13, 11:24
By living in the Now moment as much as possible. Happiness cannot be discovered without complete Presence...it is the Eternal Path of Happiness :)
answered 05 Apr '13, 13:10
lol , first off good you posted the question. My view into answering is this, you , me, and everyone are on our path of happiness. Let me explain , life is full of shit there is NO way around it. Hard times , failures, pressure some good some bad. Overall though, what we go through reveals to us who we really are; another way to put it is it shows us what we are made of.
answered 05 Apr '13, 17:02
Popi Bearcat Gibson
I happened upon this poem - you wanted elaborate - I think it's intricate, rich & detailed. I also think it's the longest path of happiness because you can do this every day for the rest of your life.
The Flow Of Life
Written By: Praveen
If the sky above seems cloudy,
Then look beyond your teardrops,
Imagine floating with a butterfly,
Seek the good within you,
So Bless this age your are living in,
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Hi flowsurser, here's a list, i love them, helps me to memorize;
1 Do things that you love with special attention to every detail.
2 Forgive everything and everybody no matter what and live a life according to unconditional love in other words "live and let live".
3 Live every second as if it's your last, so that you experience everything with new eyes.
4 Find that immobile place within and from this state construct artistic works.
5 Participate every second of your life, never be a by-stander.
6 Feel and be kind to everyone, all animals, plants, the whole of nature, in short feel love for the entire universe.
7 Find new doors and step through them, you'd be surprised what you may find there.
8 Let go, be free and flexible.
9 Look to the stars and follow yours hopes, ignore any fears.
10 Now and again pause and notice whatever attracts your attention.
11 Seek challenges that give an opportunity to discoveries.
12 Just be, breathe in and out, lol, and be really thankful to be alive.
13 Always remember wilfred owen and his poetry that he wrote during the time he was a soldier during ww1. He was killed in action 4th november 1918, aged 25 years, he knew the value of life;
Anthem for Doomed Youth
What passing-bells for those who die like cattle, only the monstrous anger of the guns. Only the stuttering rifles' rapid rattle can patter out their hasty orisons. No mockeries now for them; no prayers nor bells, nor any voice of mourning save the choirs, the shrill demented choirs of wailing shells; and bugles calling them from sad shires.
What candles may be held to speed them all? Not in the hands of boys, but in their eyes, shall shine the holy glimmers of goodbyes. The pallor of girls' brows shall be their pall; their flowers the tenderness of patient minds, and each slow dusk a drawing down of blinds.
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