Chasing happiness is like trying to net a butterfly – better to let it come to you.
Even the worst day can be followed by the next better day.
The more it hurts, the more it helps to be grateful (especially for little things).
Fear of something bad drags us down, but evidence proves our fears are ill-conceived 99% of the time – and the 1% doesn’t happen the way we feared it.
You can catch another person’s bad mood or negativity with regular exposure to them – run.
Fulfillment translates into happiness – set a goal each day and accomplish it because the feeling of accomplishment soothes a lot of unhappy thoughts.
Stress is a killer – of relationships, happiness, health – so practice letting go of trying to control what is out of control and you will finally be in control.
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