Archive for November, 2010
One of the books I’m reading is “Be Happy” by Robert Holden.
As I was reading it yesterday I came across a passage that I had to share with you because it epitomizes everything I stand for. This is not a perfect, direct quote, but it’s very close.
When people are asked to choose between a wish for happiness and a wish for authenticity, most choose authenticity.
The reason? One cannot be ‘inauthentic’ and happy. When you are authentic, you are happy! When you learn to be truly happy, you learn to be your true self. Happiness helps you to be who you really are.
You cannot have one without the other. Happiness and authenticity are intimately tied!