34 Days of Happiness – Day 2, Zen Habits

34 Days of Happiness – Day 2, Zen Habits

The holidays are often a very stressful period for people so for the next 34 days (Thanksgiving through Christmas) we’re going to do a post a day, something happy and uplifting each day, perhaps an image, a poem, a quote, a moment of happiness or some bit of wisdom all in an effort to boost everyone’s happiness a little bit.  You can do your part by paying it forward, send these little bits of happiness on to others and ask that they do the same and as always, have a happy day my friends ~ Rev Kane

happiness, Appalachian Trails

We are all struggling along the same path and I have no thoughts that I have cornered the market on the wisdom of happiness or what it takes to get there.  There are many good resources on the web that can help, one that I have always found to be consistently good is the Zen Habits site.  For example here is the quote that leads a recent post:

Keep your hands open, and all the sands of the desert can pass through them. Close them, and all you can feel is a bit of grit.’ ~Taisen Deshimaru

Take a look at the Zen habits site and I think you’ll agree it’s a wonderful resource.  http://zenhabits.net/

About revmichaelkane

Reverend Michael Kane is a writer, photographer, educator, speaker, adventurer and a general sampler of life. His most recent book about hiking and happiness is Appalachian Trail Happiness available in soft cover and Kindle on Amazon
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