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Outrageous Happiness #12: Love What You Do

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Do what you love. Every day.

Sure, we’re all up to our eyeballs in to-do’s. I know I am. But try. Whether it’s half an hour or two full hours, give it your best shot each day, wherever you are, to do something that you love.

If you really truly can not do that something each and every day, make it once a week. But that’s as much rope as I’ll give you. It’s critical for a healthy spirit, and a healthy spirit is critical for a healthy everything else.

It doesn’t have to be “the big thing”. You don’t have to compose the next Big Symphony or write the Great American Novel or paint the masterpiece that’ll get you a show at the MOMA. It doesn’t have to be the discovery of little orange beings on Mars. But while waiting for that bigger chunk of time, or the financial backing, or this or that issue to resolve, you can be taking steps in the directions that feed your spirit. Even teeny ones. Bits and pieces. Forward momentum.

Whatever it is that your mind, body and spirit say a big unified “yes!” to, whatever makes hours pass like minutes, whatever makes your heart sing ~ do something about it. Do what you love and love what you do. Give it a nod. Bring it into the light. Make yourself happy. And guess what? Happiness is a little bit contagious, so if you’re happy, there’s that much more happiness in the world to ignite a potential blaze of happiness worldwide. An avalanche of joy. A cosmic reaction. Into the universe. And beyond!

Alright, got a tad carried away. But still. Do. What. You. Love.

(I mean look at these guys. Loving what they do. That’s what I’m talking’ about. More like these at distractify.)

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Hunter S. Thompson, writing at Big Sur, California

 

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Jim Henson and crew working on Sesame Street

 

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Nat King Cole and his piano

 

Monty Python crew partaking in tomfoolery

Monty Python crew partaking in tomfoolery

 

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Johnny Cash performing at Folsom Prison

How’s your Outrageous Happiness going?

 

Patricia Saxton

2 Comments
  • Dorothy

    November 24, 2014 at 12:28 am Reply

    oh good I am on the right track…I love to eat and I eat every day!!! Doing my part to add to the cosmicc happiness!!

  • annarosemeeds

    November 23, 2014 at 10:41 pm Reply

    Yes! It does not need to be a huge thing, but we can do something we love each day.

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