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The Happiest People Aren’t Perfect

happy peopleEach person has a particular set of beliefs about the world.  Our beliefs come from our past experiences and natural tendencies of our character.  Believing that you and the world around you must be perfect in order for you to be happy is a common character trait.

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  • July 26, 2012 at 6:24 am

    A really interesting post – thank you!

    How often do we mentally click ‘constant replay’ on our blunders and mistakes, and send our triumphs and achievements straight to ‘read later’, or worse ‘straight to trash’?

    It takes a while to get into the habit, but switching those actions makes life a whole lot happier. Saves a lot of headspace, too!


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