Happiness II

If you want to be happy, set a goal that commands your thoughts, liberates your energy, and inspires your hopes. (Andrew Carnegie, 19th– 20th century industrialist)

Happiness often depends upon our frame of mind in the midst of current circumstances. Heeding Carnegie’s observation may help us control those situations. Choose to think clearly about your activity, choose to be energetic, and pursue plans that will fill your present and future with bright hope.

The hopes of the godly result in happiness. (Proverbs 10:28)