Oct. 15 – Daily Reflection

“Happiness is having a large, loving, caring, close-knit family in another city.”
– George Burns, comedian and television personality

The Value of a Supportive “Family”

Ha. But seriously folks: Your family can be an undiscovered source of pleasure and deep satisfaction. True, families can sometimes be aggravating and even dreadful. But if you’re fortunate enough to have caring, supportive relatives, don’t waste it. Sometimes in the search for people to help us with our goals, to be excited for us, to pick us up when we fall–we overlook what’s right in front of us. Family help isn’t for everyone, of course. But maybe your “family” can be a close group of friends instead, or members of a social club or your church. The point is, happiness involves people that are most important to you. At the very least, your family wouldn’t let you get away with goofing off on your goals–shoot, they haven’t let you get away with anything since you were 12!


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Published: October 15, 2013, 07:32 | No Comments on

Oct. 15 – Daily Reflection

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