Monday, September 30, 2013

Journey

Happiness isn't a destination. It's wrapped up in your journey.


So make it a good one.  Make it last your whole life long. Be happy with what you're doing and learning, and never give up.



On another note, my class has been pretty intensive so I'm not getting around to blogs quite as much. I'll still be around but I may be sporadic.  Happy fall everyone!

34 comments:

  1. So true about the journey. Hope your class is going well.

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  2. No worries and best of luck in class :)

    I totally agree....as with most things, it's about the journey, not the destination.

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  3. Great quote.
    Good luck with your class.

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  4. Best of luck in class. The journey is much more important than the destination. You'll reach your destination with time.

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  5. So true! Except in the literal sense. Flying to Disneyland isn't the same as being AT Disneyland. No one says, "Are we there yet?" At Disneyland. :)

    We're always in a rush to get to the same destination as everyone else, but it turns out to be nothing like we expect and meanwhile we've missed out on the beautiful sights along the way.

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  6. Agree with Barbara, those first two sentences say so much in their simplicity.

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  7. Very insightful, Sara ....

    Happy fall to you as well!

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  8. So true, Sara! Thanks for the reminder. Wishing you all the best with your class.

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  9. Have a great time in your class, Sara. Your posts are always so inspiring - thanks!

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  10. Hope your class is going well! And hopefully we can all make our journeys worth travelling.

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  11. Class is more important! Hope it's going well.

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  12. Great quote--well worth remembering! Best of luck with your class :)

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  13. love the quote...and ditch class...no, i mean, do well!

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  14. So true. People tend to think happiness is this end result of the perfect life. What they need to realize is that it's a side-effect of living a meaningful one.

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  15. Ab-so-doggone-lutely! The trick is to squeeze the most enjoyment out of every detour and roadside attraction life presents to us, without worrying about the delays; we'll get to our destination in due time.

    Enjoy your class!

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  16. Lovely! I'm happy your deep in the class. Good luck!

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  17. Great inspiring post! All the best!

    Nas

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  18. Good luck with your class, hope all is going well. Happy fall to you too! (:

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  19. Yes! I'm totally with you on that succinct but SUPER important message. Thanks for the reminder. You are awesomesauce!

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  20. This was a lovely quote, S.P. Good luck with your class. I'm sure they will be enjoying their journey with you.

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  21. I just started an online writing class too, and it's going to keep me busy for the next few months. I'll still try to blog when I can.....but I know what you're saying!

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  22. Wise words, Sara. Absolutely the right perspective.

    And YES! It's fall! Finally!!!!! :D

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  23. Are you taking an online class? I'm out of the loop but just coming back to the blogging world. Missed you all :)

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  24. Oh, that's right! I forgot you'd started the class. Hope you're having a great time - I found the one I did so helpful!

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  25. Short and perfectly said! :D Good luck on your class.

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  26. True! Thanks for the reminder, chica!

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  27. I'm on the highway to hope and enjoying the journey, despite the occasional pothole.

    Take care with your class. I appreciated you managing to get to my site.

    Gary :)

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  28. You hit it right on the head, Sara. Happiness is all part of the journey, and never give up on it. Good luck on your class.

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