Have you ever found yourself working harder to support a lifestyle that you may not even have the time to enjoy — or spending less time with loved ones?
Sometimes we may find ourselves surviving rather than thriving.
How do we obtain inner peace in a world that is ever changing? Joy requires gratitude and an acknowledgement of interdependence with all that is around us. Deeper and better relations make us truly happier than trying to fill that hole with the acquisition of material things or lots of chocolate cake. This is powerful mind-body medicine, realized through lifestyle changes.
“Whatever your worries are, whatever your sufferings are, just do good deeds. It will change your life. Dharma, good deeds and generosity, cannot be measured by quantity or by numbers. It is measured by how readily and how willingly we give to other people.” –Narayani Amma
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