Pleasure or Paradise

Pleasure or Paradise

We are so often confused. Differing political opinions pull us to and fro. The lifestyles of the rich and famous seem to emulate a way to happiness we long to follow, and yet their behavior often leads to what looks like misery and despair. How can we find happiness...
Happiness is Being True to Yourself

Happiness is Being True to Yourself

One of the great inhibitors to true happiness is a failure to realize our true potential.   There are a lot of reasons why we settle for less—from ourselves, from others, from life. We can’t do much about what others do, or about how life turns out, but we...
Happiness and Faithfulness Go Hand in Hand

Happiness and Faithfulness Go Hand in Hand

When things get tough, you can still find happiness in moving forward with faith. In fact, faith can be the key you need to unlock the hope in your heart, the potential of every day to be a gift of goodness and happiness.   Richard G. Scott is a late member of...
Become Spiritually Fit and Eternally Happy

Become Spiritually Fit and Eternally Happy

Lately I’ve written a lot on the subject of keeping the commandments as a source of happiness in our lives. You are probably ready for me to move on already! But I read this wonderful quote and thought you might bear with me just one more time.   George Albert...
Finding Happiness: Keeping the Commandments

Finding Happiness: Keeping the Commandments

Recently I read a story in the Book of Mormon: Another Testament of Jesus Christ, that tells of Nephi and how he and his people “lived after the manner of happiness” (2 Ne 5:27.)   I want to live after the manner of happiness, don’t you? In fact, I’d hazard a...
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