Spreading JOY!

04/03/2013

Joy and happiness is ‘catching’ and I am sharing and spreading the sweet infectious enthusiasm from these bright and happy images!

SoHappylike it's your birthday

Joy is not in things - Ben Franklin
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17 responses to Spreading JOY!

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    thank you so much for this lovely post..

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    strokedtolife 04/03/2013 at 6:54 pm

    That last quote is so true and what a great reminder. Thank you Gina!

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    Wonderful! Love & Light to you, Beautiful Soul! S

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    thank you!!! now, i’ll spread it forward! 🙂

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    Awesome!!! The word and how it feels and what it means I’m focused on right now is love. I have been imaging it flowing like a shimmering cloak over the planet and into every living thing. Joy is my middle name btw lol.

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      I am not surprised that your middle name is Joy! And your recent meditation of helping spread love like a blanket, a cloak, over the planet is absolutely beautiful. Thank you for sharing that powerful image, and the inspiration for us all to add that imagery to our prayers and meditations. Blessings to you, dear heart. Love, Gina xo

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    Thank you for spreading joy and colourful images. This makes me feel real joy.

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      That’s excellent Ute, and was exactly my intent! These images make me feel a burst of joy and I hoped others could feel that as well. Thanks, as always, for your very welcome comments. Hugs, Gina

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    To want for nothing is to have it all. Wanting is the basic cause of unhappiness. Thank you for sharing these uplifting images. I wanted to add my comment on, Joy is not in things it is in us.

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      So well observed! It is IN us. Why do people so often forget this basic fact? I find being in nature, and remembering to focus on gratitude for my blessings helps bring me back to spreading joy. Like your kind comments! Thank you Jack. Blessings, Gina

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        People are distracted by a monkey mind. To find peace we need to spend some time cultivating the garden of our mind. Not letting the outside world plant seeds of discontent. Watch the TV but be careful what you watch on it.