Isn’t joy really what we live for?
Studies show the average American working couple is happiest when they together earn $70,000 annually and even a little more does not make them happier and a lot more makes them – are you ready – unhappier.
How could that be?
The worst kept secret is that money can’t buy happiness.
But happiness is so vague.
Drill down on the word.
It’s joy that makes life worth living and even in hard times there are always things that bring us joy.
We humans just move on to the next problem.
Suggestion: don’t postpone joy.
Spend time with it whether what brings joy is major or something minor.
Nothing else is required.
Do not postpone joy.
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