In a post fromAction for Happiness, GREAT DREAMS lead to happiness. While a dream come true definitely gives us the spark of happiness, the article is referring to this:
You don’t need to be overwhelmed. You can do small things every day. Being positive helps a lot in being happy. Make it a habit to complete 1 or 2 things from the list every day.
However, in abundance terms, this should read more along the lines of: wealth for all, equality and a harmonious planet. Always remember to aim your energy and focus on what you actually want to achieve. If you keep thinking ‘end poverty’, you are focussing on the idea that poverty exists. Instead, it is more aligned with the Law of Attraction to rejoice in what you know you are creating.
While it is somehow sad that we need such a day to remind people worldwide that happiness is important, it is an eye-opening event that makes us realize that there are still things that we can do. How can you help spread happiness?
While there are political disagreements on Global warming,Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change released a report that there are 95% certainty that global warming is the effect of human activities. To name a few, the effects includes climate change, warming oceans, melting ice and rising sea levels.
Climate change is affecting our forests too. In our early years of education, we were taught that we inhale Oxygen, exhale Carbon Dioxide, then with the help of photosynthesis (aka sunlight), the plants turn it back into oxygen. Looking at the bigger picture, if our forests are affected by the climate change, every living thing gets less fresh air. Do you see yourself in the future walking with a tank of oxygen because the trees and plants that give us fresh air are all gone?
Nature is one of the best source of peace of mind which turns into positive energy into happiness. Can you imagine a world without trees? No shade, no fresh air? We may not realize but clean air from trees and forests are the most precious gift we have from nature. On March 21, let’s join United Nations in celebrating International Day of Forests: Forest and Sustainable Cities.
The effects of global warming on water created a big problem: the fresh water accessible to us (all of the 0.3%) are slowly being tainted with salt water. Since fresh water becomes salty, the government will need to treat it with more chemicals and will turn them into hard water. On March 22, As we celebrateWorld Water Day, we encourage everyone toBless the Water.
Did you know that water is responding to our intentions? And that science now has confirmed water is a living being? Take time to go to your nearest water source, be it a river, the ocean, a lake, a pond, a stream, a swimming pool, or simply to your household faucet where water daily runs out and touches us.
Let us stand together and be one in celebrating World Water Blessing Day on March 22. Let us be thankful and offer our prayer of blessing to water. We ourselves consist of more than 70% water, so in fact, in one way this action is also blessing ourselves and all that we are.
Dr. Masaru Emoto proved this science with his fascinating research on how water molecules respond to our words, pictures, intentions and thoughts. For more info click here.
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This event encourages people to be prepared with disaster risk reduction measures which will be a great help in case of severe weather conditions. If this was a century ago, we would brush off this idea. But time has proven that a lot has changed.
Big storms has caused flooding to big cities and even wiping out small islands. Others point their finger to the government for these occurrences, bad drainage system, unpreparedness etc. Just remember: when you point a finger, three fingers are pointing back at you.
Until next week - keep hydrated - live invigorated!