The Good Life

Laughter is a characteristic of a happy person. According to Dr. Sonja Lyubomirsky, University of California-Riverside, the pursuit of happiness has many benefits:

  1. Higher income and superior work outcomes; better quality work
  2. Larger social rewards such as longer marriages, more friends
  3. More activity and energy
  4. Better physical health; lower stress and less pain
  5. Longer life

Also according to the good doctor, experiencing true happiness and living “A Good Life” are synonymous; the steps to each are the same:

  1. Be yourself
  2. Identify your unique gifts
  3. Engage in activities that promote your gifts—your highest potential
  4. Share your gifts with others
  5. Confront obstacles, don’t shun them

My thoughts?

  • How many of these are biblical principles?
  • What are we forgetting as Christians that didn’t make the list to live a happy life?

Think about it.



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