Happiness makes life worth living.
Growing up, I wasn’t taught about happiness. I don’t remember it even being brought up.
What was important was money, security, education. And not independent study done online and in libraries. The only education worth pursuing was expensive, required loans, and resulted in a respected degree.
Go to college. Get a degree in a high-demand field. Get a high-paying career. Own a home, a car. Happiness will come later, right?
Growing up, I wish I was taught about happiness. I wish I was told to build happiness, not a career.
What’s important is happiness. It’s what makes life worth living. Happiness is not an end result, and money, career, and status aren’t means to getting it.
Let’s teach others, and ourselves, to pursue happiness.
Much Peace and Keep Roamin’