Happiness seems sometimes eluding, but the truth is that sometimes we have to make room for the happiness that we desire. In life there are always going to be up’s and down’s, and sometimes the down’s may seem lingering. Sometimes what those downs mean is that it’s time to clean the closet of your life.
As we go through life we don’t often realize how much stuff we’re collecting. Not just material things, but people and emotions. Now most of us are aware of the fact that we need to let go and clean our physical closets, homes and garages, but very few of us ever think about or take the time clean out our emotional closet. You see in the search for happiness we don’t always realize that what gets in the way of us achieving the happiness we desire is our allowing of our past experiences, hurts and sometimes the people in our life to get in the way of our present and future happiness. Many of us continue to live our lives without taking a moment to acknowledge the lessons and the blessingsthat we’ve gain from what we have been through, so that we can move forward.
Happiness can be found in the smallest and simplest things, but when your emotional closet is full or overrun with negative things and people it can be very difficult to find appreciation for the good people and things in your life. How can you find joy, or happiness in a closet full of clutter?
We all have so much going on in our lives, but it’s important for you to make time for yourself. You need to make time for yourself everyday, even if it’s only five minutes a day to check in with yourself, so that you can work through and let go of some of those unwanted and many times negative feelings that fill your emotional closet, and get in the way of your happiness.
Happiness isn’t hiding from you. It’s just waiting for you to make some room so it can come in.
Are you making room for the happiness you seek or are you holding on to the clutter that prevents happiness from coming into your life?
Love and blessings in divine order,
Song of the day : “Happy” - Pharrell Williams