“Happiness is not a state to arrive at, but a manner of traveling.”
–M. L. Runbeck


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SharleneT

That’s for sure. In fact, most of the time, I’m rather disappointed when I reach the end of a project knowing most of the excitement of anticipation is gone. Strange creatures; are we not?

Jo

Love the picture of the chipmunk. We have one we feed but it’s tail is just a tuft. We call him Stubby.
Chipmunks always make me happy. So does chocolate cake.

But I’m afraid I do not travel happy. I am anxious about the destination.

Lisa @ Just here. Just now.

So simple and so true! It’s all about finding the joy in this present moment.