Living in Joyful ExpectationA wonderful time of the year!
As I have mentioned before, “ATTITUDE” and “INTENTION” are very important. Our outlook in life and our happiness are very much linked to the way we see things and how we see ourselves in relation to our fellow man, our environment, and to the rest of the world.
Since attitude and intention are expressions that require our decision, which is something we have full control of, the exercise of this control is what gives us the “power of choice” to be happy, optimistic, angry, or negative. And so, given the choice, which will you have? Personally, I prefer happiness and optimism. How about you?
The month of December brings about the expectations that go with the Christmas Season and with the New Year. This is the time we renew our hopes and make resolutions for a new beginning or another opportunity to better ourselves. So why not make this a metaphor for our life. Let’s not limit these feelings to a season. Let’s live all our life with that expectancy of great things to come. And in doing so, let’s believe in that Universal Law of Attraction and know that if we expect something and put a joyful feeling behind it, it will come to pass – Whatever it is the positive event or outcome that we want to joyfully attract to our life.
Living in “joyful expectation” is a choice we can all make. It is a choice that will bring joy, happiness, and success to your daily life. And our daily life is our journey, which is much more important than any goals we may be pursuing. Many of us spend a lifetime pursuing a goal and one day we may achieve it, but where did we actually spend most of our lifetime? We spent it in the “journey”. So, it is only logical that if we want to enjoy the most happiness, we must practice a joyful expectation as we go through life.
It is our wish at Hometown Auto of Cleveland that you make the decision to live your life in joyful expectation and that you will achieve all your goals. And remember what Victor Frankl said – “Success is the unintended side effect of one’s personal dedication to a cause greater than oneself.”
May you have a joy filled life.