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I remember the days when I was a kid growing up and my parents would send me out and tell me to make sure I come home when the street lights came on. We would spend our days riding our bikes, skipping, playing with friends and laughing as much as we could. Sunday was always a family day and we all ate a meal together with many extended family and friends.  Those are great memories.

As the years have gone by and experiences have been had, I am cognizant of the fact that the simple things in life are becoming more and more important.  Joy is something that is a precious feeling. It fills your heart, soul and mind and when joy is present not only can you feel it but others can see it in you as well. 

It is not something you can buy, or even choose. It is something you earn when you work hard at letting go and finding peace and purpose with your life. Of accepting and being grateful for what you have and learning to embrace the goodness that is waiting for you  

It is a remarkable feeling when you can get to a place of joy.  

Give yourself the gift of making joy something to work for.  

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  • Ellen Towne | Dec 11, 2014 at 11:03 pm

    I wrote on a bucket list chalkboard yesterday. The question was, "What are you going to do in 2015". I wrote, "Be satisfied". Writing that felt good.

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