Happiness: The heart of the matter
Everyone knows when he is happy; each person feels it to his finger tips. We also know when we feign happiness but keep a straight face, perhaps out of courtesy before our peers and acquaintances.
Happiness in our country
Happiness as a word or as a concept is or must be a subject that belongs to the domain of philosophy, and specifically and pertinently to the warm, expensive and expansive room of moral theory
The search for happiness
There is a sense in which we can argue that our stay on earth is about a search for happiness. This means that all we say and do ought to make us happy, fulfilled and satisfied.
Creating workplace happiness - Part 3
This is our final conversation on creating happiness at work. Remember, you must be intentional about your pursuit of happiness. Often, we wait for our employers, supervisors
How the rich attract wealth - Part 2
Today, I am starting with the third law of wealth attraction. A huge reason why people aren't able to attract wealth is that they don't understand the purpose of how and why they want to become rich.
This thing called fame
A lot of people want to be famous with the belief that fame generates recognition, affluence, and happiness. This is partially true because fame does bestow recognition but it doesn’t automatically translate to financial success.
In the last days, perilous times shall come
In the beginning of creation, God bequeathed to mankind a world of perfection and peace, where humans were expected to live in harmony with one another and the animals. Fast forward to the present world of today, it is a complete contrast to God’s initial plan.
Good In Motion
There’S so much filth, evil and misery in the world that instinctively I’ve spent the last few months reading books on all things light and bright. Think hygge, think happiness, think good, I would have read at least one book on the title. The most recent one, a Turkish book entitled Good in Motion. “Look…
The limit breaker
A limit simply means a drawn line meant to curtail or restrain, to peg or place a barrier that would define a boundary or restriction. If you ask a blind man to move round to your room to get you a particular thing, he will obviously reply you that he cannot because he is limited…
Marriage, money and happiness
It was a gathering of adults. As the discussion went on, a compere said, “IF YOU ARE NOT HAPPY WHEN YOU DO NOT HAVE MONEY, YOU WILL STILL NOT BE HAPPY WHEN YOU HAVE MONEY.” But one of the intelligent men argued that for a man, who has responsibilities and does not have enough money…