Thursday Thoughts: Universal Happiness

I’ve stayed away from social media for quite awhile now. Oh, I have a few corners where I lurk, where I have to appear for various reasons, but then I crawl back into obliviousness because…well, to save some friendships. People both fascinate and confound me. In the past six months, there has been so much distress, hatred, vitriol, and unhappiness. Unhappy people make me unhappy. So I stay away. See, I happen to agree with the Universe on this one.

Happiness, dear Silver, is what greases the wheels of life. It’s also what opens the floodgates, marshals the forces, commands the elements, raises the sun, aligns the stars, beats your heart, heals what hurts, turns the page, makes new friends, finds true love, calls the shots, waves the wand, connects the dots, feeds your mind, frees your soul, rocks the world, and pays compound interest.

Yeah, so easy to forget.

Wild on,
The Universe
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Don’t forget, Silver. Stay happy.

That’s my goal. I want to stay happy. How about you?

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About Silver James

I like walks on the wild side and coffee. Lots of coffee. Warning: My Muse runs with scissors. Author of two award-winning series--Moonstruck and The Penumbra Papers, Red Dirt Royalty (Harlequin Desire) & other books! Purveyor of magic, mystery, mayhem and romance. Lots and lots of romance.
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4 Responses to Thursday Thoughts: Universal Happiness

  1. I hope I haven’t done anything to make you unhappy, and if I have, email me.

    All in all, I like to think I’m a pretty happy person. I try to stay that way, despite the social media blitzkreig of BS. Most days I laugh at it – because, ya know, what else can you do when it’s all so ludicrous? Some days, though, I know the negativity bleeds through. Not sure how many actual friends I have left. It’s pretty quiet out there.

    • Silver James says:

      Naw. You and I are pretty much on the same page and if we aren’t, we’re grown-ups not special snowflakes. 😉 Yeah…I really need to take a troll stroll through my FB feed and like my friends’ posts. 😉

  2. Donna Dalton says:

    Writing and reading good books makes me happy. The characters rarely disappoint.

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