Happiness is like an art.

Happiness is increases for good health, studies show.



The Bbile says, “A merry heart doth good like a medicine.”I Will Praise You–Rebecca St.James

Treat your health carefully. So that you will feel beautiful, handsome, strong and confident.

Meditate on something beautiful. Give your mind over to it.

When it comes to your dreams, passions and life: enjoy every little  moment (who knows how long we have them). Focus on gratefulness, not what annoys you. Keep your dream like a little seed. If it must die, it will. Otherwise, hold it like a little spark in your heart.

Remember, whatever you give your attention to will change your brain in some way, so surround yourself with beauty. Yet, stay aware of the world’s troubles so that when you become one with beauty, you can be used by the grace of God. Let the Creator bring you to him so that you may resonate with light.

Make a vision board.

Create prayerfully, meditatively, a mission statement for your life.

Get to know yourself. It can help increase your confidence. I suggest using MBTI (Meyers Briggs Type Indicator). Answer the questions based on what you’d like to do in given situations.

There are 4 temperaments:

Guardian/Traditionalist/Stabilizer  (SJ=Sensing Judging)

Artisan/Free Spirit/Entertainer (SP=Sensing Perceiving)

Idealist/Visionary/Mystic (NF=iNtuitive Feeling)

Rational/Scholar/Thinker (NT=iNtuitive Thinking)

Human Metrics


Similar Minds


Keirsey Temperaments



Every day, take some small step in the direction of your dreams. Whether it’s starting a blog, writing, doing your homework/extra study, joining a club, reading an inspirational book, going on a jog or hike…

I think we (I) need to focus more on what we have than what we don’t.


Someone told me that being happy is choice. Choose to realign with your Source, God. Connect to the Universe. Then you will find joy…when you let beauty flow into your heart…

“I will bless the Lord continually at all times his praise shall continually be in my mouth.”–Psalm 34:1

“Rejoice evermore.”–1 Thessalonians 5:16