Connecting with others over our lifespan is good for us, the Happiness Study from Harvard had found.
Being rich and famous won’t make you happy or healthy. Having love and giving love will. It’s advice scriptures and counselors and grandmas have given from time immemorial.
You may be saying, DUH. You may be wondering why they needed to spend $$ and sixty years of an ongoing study to find this out. You may be sulking that you did not get this wisdom from the previous generations in your family.
The thing is, it’s still the honest truth.
The other thing is that today is the first day of the rest of your life.
If you only have fifteen spare minutes today, watch this TED talk about this extraordinary study of The Good Life—
If you can’t spare fifteen, call a dear friend and make up a time to get together.
The good life is possible as long as you live. Don’t spend another minute reading this blog, unless, of course, it makes you feel more connected.
That’s all I ever hoped for, writing it.