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Saturday, 12 March 2011

12th March 2011



Life is the movie you see through your own eyes. It makes little difference what's happening out there. It's how you take it that counts. Denis Waitley

DAY 4

Still not had a drink and to be honest freakishly surprised at the fact I haven’t wanted one, just shows how powerful the mind can be. Diet wise, I did go out for a three course meal yesterday which was delicious and looked like this;

Welsh cockles & bacon in cream.


















Trio of pork














Lemon Posset sith shortbread biscuits





I left half of the starter and half of the dessert and had lots of vegetables with the main, guilty of a couple of pieces of bread and butter though!






I’m not feeling great today my throats swollen and sore, I get it every year sooner or later and I’m pleased because it’s been a good while (last year some time) since I’ve had a cold, and especially as I work with the public.

At the beginning of the week I told you I’d read the book “In search of happiness” by Francois LeLord and I was going to give you his happy lessons one at a time but as I’m not feeling 100% and my brains not engaged this morning, I’ll give you them all and you can mull them over this weekend. Then decide whether you’re happy or you need to work on it ;-D


HAPPY LESSONS

LESSON No1

Making comparisons can spoil your happiness.

LESSON No2

Happiness often comes when least expected.

LESSON No3

Many people see happiness in the future.

LESSON No4

Many people think that happiness comes from having more power or more money.

LESSON No5

Sometimes happiness is not knowing the whole story.

LESSON No6

Happiness is a long walk in beautiful, unfamiliar mountains.

LESSON No7

It’s a mistake to think that happiness is the goal.

LESSON No8

Happiness is being with the people you love.

LESSON No 8b

Unhappiness is being separated from the people you love.

LESSON No 9

Happiness is knowing your family lacks for nothing.

LESSON No 10

Happiness is doing a job you love.

LESSON No11

Happiness is having a home and a garden of your own.

LESSON No12

It’s harder to be happy in a country run by bad people.

LESSON No13

Happiness is feeling useful to others.

LESSON No14

Happiness is to be loved for exactly who you are.

Observation: People are kinder to a child who smiles (very important)

LESSON No15

Happiness comes when you feel truly alive.

LESSON No16

Happiness is knowing how to celebrate.

LESSON No17

Happiness is caring about the happiness of those you love.

LESSON No18 deleted

You need to read the book to know why – read the book to explain it all – it’s easy to read & fabulous!

LESSON No19

The sun and the sea make everybody happy.

LESSON No20

Happiness is a certain way of seeing things.

LESSON No21

Rivalry poisons happiness

LESSON No22

Women care more than men about making others happy.

LESSON No23

Happiness means making sure that those around you are happy?


The Final LESSON!

Opening a new bottle of red wine and realising it’s an amazing one – NOPE that wasn’t in the book but that’s one of mine ;-) or it may be when Lent is over!


Most importantly we need to realise happiness for everyone is different and you may only need a few of the lessons above to give you happiness, you may not want to be happy, some people get something from being unhappy, each to their own xx

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