The Seven Beliefs of Happy People ~ Don’t Worry Be Happy – Bobby McFerrin

I\'m Going to Feel Good Today, The Seven Beliefs of Happy People

Happiness is a Choice, and your choices are dependant on your beliefs. I read this list and totally agreed with the message.  Its all about your thinking. If you don’t like the way things are, then change. Change is inevitable anyway, and the only realy thing we have control over is our choices. Today Choose to be Happy.

The Seven Beliefs of Happy People

1-You are ok
You are as you are, with all your limits, with all your faults, the good and the bad. You have the right to exist and be happy.

2-Your life is no accident
Your life has a meaning: it might be humble, it might be great, it might be rational, or it might be totally weird! No need to explain it: it just makes sense.

3-You can choose the life you want
You can enjoy what you have and change what you don’t like.

4-Your past is ok
There are things your are proud of, and maybe others you wish you hadn’t done. There are periods in which life has treated you well, and others in which you felt so very unlucky. All is all part of your story, all is part of who you are.

5-Your present is interesting
This crazy thing called life is never boring!

6-Your future is bright
Things will turn out well. If anything bad happens, you will cope with it and you will find a way to learn from experience.

7-You are loved
Loneliness is just a state of mind: if you close your eyes, love is all around you!

Don’t Worry Be Happy ~ Bobby McFerrin


2 thoughts on “The Seven Beliefs of Happy People ~ Don’t Worry Be Happy – Bobby McFerrin”

  1. I totally agree! If more people would get on board with this way of thinking we wouldn’t have so many of the “feel sorry for me types” I learned something from my Ethics professor that I will never forget and it boils it down very neatly. “Ethics is the process of bringing out the implications of the choices we make and harmonizing those one with the other.”

  2. That is a great quote! And it’s True! It sounds like you had a great professor. Thanks for the comment, and for your positive thinking. 🙂

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