Some of my favorite posts

Some of my favorite posts

being happy quoteOriginally posted on July 19, 2020

Tonight I’m being a bit lazy, I just haven’t been inspired much this week.  I’ve dealt with the some work frustration and an unfortunate bout of insomnia, as well as tweaking my knee on a run.  So I’ve spent this weekend taking it easy and trying to recharge a bit.  So for tonight I want to revisit some of my favorite posts.  Enjoy and have a happy day my friends. ~ Rev  Kane

Remember the Sweet Things – Maybe the best story you’ll ever listen to and a great reminder of the beauty inherent in life.

We all have to stop being afraid –  What does your fear limit you from achieving?

What is your most persistent illusion? – A question that we all need to ask, but is always something difficult to acknowledge and address.

Happiness is Not Safety – The beautiful outcomes  of taking risks.

Worry is the Enemy of Happiness – Why we need to worry less and how to do that.

On Hiking Alone – A meditation on the joys of hiking alone.

Appalachian Trail, Precious Moments – Some of my best moments on the Appalachian Trail

AT Happiness: Four Trolls on a Bridge – A short little story about a funny incident on the Appalachian Trail between a beautiful young women and four old hikers.

About Michael Kane

Michael Kane is a writer, photographer, educator, speaker, adventurer and a general sampler of life. His books on hiking and poetry are available in soft cover and Kindle on Amazon.
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