Finding Happiness in Today’s World

This is a wonderful, profound lesson.

My Good Time Stories

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Unfortunately, it seems that thoughts and feelings of people around the world are getting worse and more negative every day. People appear to be more rushed, stressed and self absorbed in their everyday lives more than ever.

Have you ever noticed that the more people focus their lives on themselves, the more miserable they generally become? Their main goal is to FET as many things as they can. Meanwhile, the happiest and most content people are usually the individuals that GIVE to others.

Today’s short story is a tremendous illustration of how each one of us can find a secret to finding the goodness and happiness in life.


A holy man was having a conversation with the Lord one day and said. “Lord, I would like to know what Heaven and Hell are like.

The Lord led the holy man to two…

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Posted on 02/26/2015, in Happiness and Kindness, Happy Place, Potpourri, Uncategorized and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 11 Comments.

  1. That was great!


  2. Now that’s how it’s done! Love it!!!!!!!!


  3. yahtzeebutterfly


    And, the time is now!


  4. crustyolemothman

    Xena, Excellent illustration of how things could work in an ideal world! Thank you for posting it…


  5. yahtzeebutterfly

    Xena, I LOVE your “Let’s heal the world together” border! 🙂


  6. Excellent Lesson, and many thanks for sharing.. ❤


  7. yahtzeebutterfly

    Heaven can touch our spirits in the here and now through our daily actions inspired by the choices of our hearts.


  8. Now THAT…….. is what I’m talking about. I wondered what I was going to post today, and now I know. I also will have to go get this one and feed… someone else.


  9. Love that story! Simple, but profound.


  10. To Everyone

    The credit for the story goes to Coach Muller. He posts wonderful, lesson filled stories. This is one that I had to reblog. It’s poignant and kept me on the edge of my seat until reading the end.

    Thanks for sharing the awe of the lesson with me.


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