We are surrounded with pulses of events .. Events that exudes moments , Moments that can be source of small happiness.
This are compliation of moments that I love to cherish and how I use them to remind me that life is full of events that are worth to grateful with
These are my Journal of Happiness
RESTART Is Sometimes the Necessary Solution
Thursday , woke up with an headache and a heavy heart with no apparent reasons . We all have those days that even if the sun shines brightly at the horizon we felt so gloom inside . Wearing my best mask (that would be my smile ) started my working day with the 92 years old client of mine .
When I have arrived we did the routinary stuffs ..Until she asked me if I could help her with Ipad . It has been days that she couldn’t do any facetime with her daughter who is living abroad .
We all know that during these pandemic times to be connected with our loveones who are far from us means the world .
After our morning walks I started checking her IPAD . Did the necessary steps but still no avail in connecting with her daughter .
While they were talking through my whatsapp , I was busy with her IPAD until I remember …. the cardinal rule in gadget “if you have some issues try to restart the unit.” And as expected the IPAD works again facetime !!!
That moment when the face of her daughter shows up on her screen the 3 of us hailed like we just won a lottery ..The joy of reconnecting , the smile on their faces was priceless .
Sometimes we are face with situations that we are fixated with a certain pattern of behaviors and views .
A pause or restart maybe the necessary step to take . For us to see a certain situation in a different views .
Sometimes we need to take a breathe so we can step out of a vicious cycle .
Restarting into something can be a source of new joy in our life … let us never hesitate to restart …as Craig D.Lounsbrough said
“Starting over begins when I develop a reawakened appreciation for what I already have, a renewed recognition of what I’ve recklessly forsaken, a rehabilitated understanding that I foolishly do both of those things, and a revitalized commitment to live the rest of my life never doing either of them again.”