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Kent @ The Financial Philosopher

Thanks, Dan. Those reminders that we all need from time to time can become a regular part of a healthy diet of well-being. Collectively, these reminders may be called reflections or meditations (or whatever you choose, as long as you do it regularly).

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You have presented strong points in this article. And I salute your for that. Point number 4 caught my eye here. Happiness can be elusive especially if you're going after it like a mad man. To attain true happiness, you must not chase it. Give everything your best shot. Love what you are doing. And your reward comes right after.

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Perhaps the reason behind happiness without searching for it is the lack of expectation. When standards aren't set, we try to take value as it comes. Kinda like how surprises work.

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