As people, we are constantly yearning for more.
More money, more clothes, more opportunities, more status, more gifts.
Each of these will “fix” its respective problem in our lives.
Although we are problem-solvers, we are likely the creator of these problems.
When I get this, I will be happier.
When I buy that, I will look better.
When I lose weight, I will love myself.
When I move away, I will start over.
What about now?
Why is it that we do not teach our children and each other to enjoy the things we do have? The people in our lives? To love ourselves right now? The gifts and treasure we already have in our presence? Why must we always search for more without appreciating what we already have?
If you are constantly looking for a problem to solve, chances are you are the one creating the problem. Remember that if you are always searching for happiness, you will almost never find it.
Open your eyes and it is there. In front of you, next to you, behind you, around you.
Right here, right now.