“As I opened my eyes first thing this morning, the birds were chirping, memories of yesterday faded away, all that matters is right here, right now – and the fact that I have been blessed with another day where I can be the best I can be”
A great life is not measured by economic gain, material wealth, fortune or fame, these are by-products of hard work, focus, talent and dedication, but do these things mean you are happy? Do they mean you have a great life? Not necessarily.
In my humble opinion, things like: Holding your children close, kissing your partner goodnight, having a great win at work, helping a stranger, playing with your pets, being surrounded by friends while having a great time, sitting under a tree watching the clouds go by, Good health etc. are the things I consider to be part of a ‘great life’ experience.