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...
Happiness is More Than an Adventure

Happiness is More Than an Adventure

Imagine you have a beautiful little girl. Her hair is silken, her eyes sparkle, her voice is a song to your ears. She is such a precious child and you want nothing but the best for her. She deserves every happiness she can obtain in life.   Your dear child...
Free to Be Happy

Free to Be Happy

I am a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, or the Mormon Church, as many people call it. I am what is called a ‘convert’ to the Church, which means that I was taught the gospel by missionaries and I joined as a young woman, of my own free will...
How to Find Gratitude in a World of Hardship

How to Find Gratitude in a World of Hardship

Cicero, the great Roman orator, claimed that gratitude was “not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all the others.” (Marcus Tullius Cicero, Pro Plancio, 54 b.c.) With a grateful heart, our minds are free to experience true happiness because we aren’t...
The Great Plan of Happiness

The Great Plan of Happiness

Have you ever asked why? Of course you have. All of us ask why from time to time. We wonder why someone we love must suffer, why calamities effect so many, taking their living, their health, even at times, their lives. I’ve heard many people say that if God truly...
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