Clarity Magazine, Happiness

A Smile a Day

“There is no better panacea for sorrow, no better reviving tonic, and no greater beauty than a genuine smile.”

Clarity Magazine, Happiness

A Smile a Day

“There is no better panacea for sorrow, no better reviving tonic, and no greater beauty than a genuine smile.”

Clarity Magazine, Happiness

A Smile a Day

“There is no better panacea for sorrow, no better reviving tonic, and no greater beauty than a genuine smile.”

Clarity Magazine, Happiness

A Smile a Day

“There is no better panacea for sorrow, no better reviving tonic, and no greater beauty than a genuine smile.”

Clarity Magazine, Happiness

A Smile a Day

I stepped aside, loudly exclaiming: “My friend, your semi-intuition indeed foretold about your “brother” arriving!”

A Place Called Ananda, Happiness, Health and Healing, Music and the Arts, Spiritual Community, Spirituality and Nature

Discovering Joy

Dear Friends, Writing and posting on this site has been moved up the priority list in my life; I hope to be sharing more regularly with you. Paramhansa Yogananda said we should regulate our lives – approach our days with a sense of order. We also have to flow with life and be willing to change our priorities when circumstances … Read More

Clarity Magazine, Happiness

Learn to Live Without Fear

We tend to think, “Gosh, there’s so much in life that’s unpredictable.” But we know of many devotees who have been in life-threatening situations and have felt only calmness.

Clarity Magazine, Happiness, Spiritual Growth

The Power of Forgiveness

John failed in every business he tried, but being crooked by nature, he became highly successful at undoing men of achievement.

Clarity Magazine, Happiness

How To Be Happy All the Time

To seek happiness outside ourselves is like trying to lasso a cloud. Happiness is not a thing: It is a state of mind.

Clarity Magazine, Happiness, Overcoming Challenging Karma

Helen Keller: A Life of Joyful Transcendence

By the time Helen was six-years-old, her parents had become desperate, for their firstborn seemed increasingly more animal than human.