There is no shortage of advice on how to be happy these days. The “happiness” business is a big one. But while it’s one thing to be happy, it’s quite another to stay that way, especially amongst the hate, war, greed and corruption that surround us every day. The constant every-man-out-for-himself way of life bleeds into our psyches and puts the population at large in a perpetual state of tug-of-war 24/7. It’s exhausting.
Understandably, this stress on our collective soul can ...(to read more ..)