Sunday, May 25, 2014
About Happiness Beyond Work
Happiness: The measure of Life Beyond Work
Happiness: Enjoy it while you have it… for it is sure to slip away. This is my own opinion, and it is also supported by a great deal of research; Happiness is an exlperience, not an asset tht you can lock up in a safe. Happiness comes, and we enjoy it; it goes, and we can remember it. It is fortunate that happiness comes , and we enjoy it; it goes, and we can remember it. It is fortunate that happiness does come and go. For one thing, constant happiness ruins a good thing. You may have heard the tale that new workers in a candy factory are urged to eat as much as they want because the managers have learned that people quickly tire of too much candy……
Who enjoys a bottle of wine more? The person who lives wine and haves a great wine every evening or the person who loves wine and has it once or twice a week? Over time the, the every-evening great wine becomes expected and routine. While still delicious, it is no longer special. The every-so-often great wine remains a treat to be savored and brings a smile. Eventually the every-night great wine loses it’s impact.
 The above material was found in the Book Beyond Work produced by Bill Roiter