Why You Should Give Up On “The Pursuit Of Happiness”… And Go After This Instead
Andy Drish

Right on, brother. Something I’ve learned from the likes of Hale Dwoskin, relationship coach Brent Smith, and even the Dalai Lama (“The Art of Happiness”) is that there is no obstacle to being happy right now, unless we create the obstacle ourselves.

Bringing our attention back to the present begins the process of dissolving our self-made obstacles. Suddenly, life becomes more vibrant, relationships become deeper.

It’s an ancient and timeless lesson — and I’m still working to fully grasp and apply it myself.

I’m glad to hear you’ve had your own breakthrough. Thanks for sharing!

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