She was given to sudden outbursts of laughter, sneak attacks of smiling and unexpected dancing for no reason. Because she practiced happiness daily. – Queenisms™
We decided we want to catch whatever “she” has – and truth be told – so do most folks. When we practice happiness, consciously focusing on things that bring joy and noticing more of the good than the negative in life, we create an attraction that brings other like-minded folks into our circle. Think about it. When was the last time you thought to yourself “Hmmm, I sure would like to spend more time with that grumpy person who snarled at me at the grocery store.” But when we have an encounter with someone who is actively practicing happiness, there’s something about them that makes us want to linger, to participate in that happiness, to get to know them better. Let’s become magnetic. Let’s practice attracting more joyful, laughing, dancing, smiling, good deed doing folks into our lives this week by being exactly what it is we want to attract.
Photo: Sally Vittorio’s Grandmother, Hattie McLeod