to be needed.”
Operative words here include “deeply”, “simply”, “freely”, “risk”, and “needed”. Here’s some questions to help you determine where you are at about all this:
How do you experience deep emotion?
Are you more comfortable with strong emotion or do you prefer a lighter existence?
What are the simplest things that provide enjoyment to you?
What are the small and transient joys in your life?
How do you challenge your perspectives and worldview.
How comfortable are you with ambiguity and change?
Are you a “Bird in the Hand” or “Two in the Bush” kind of person?
Do you prefer the possible or the certain?
How comfortable are you with being needed by someone else?
How comfortable are you admitting you need to be needed?
Take your time formulating your responses … no rush.
Relaxing while I ponder my own questions in the Heartland ….
- The 10 Best Happiness Quotes (psychologytoday.com)
- Friendship Redefined? (everydaygyaan.com)
- It Probably Won’t Make You Happy (psychologytoday.com)
- What is Happiness? BeyondThePurchase.org Reports The Top Five Characteristics of Happy People. (prweb.com)
- An Interview with Award-winning Blogger and Author Rohan Healy on “The 7 Things That Me Genuinely & Irreversibly Happy” Blog Tour (Part 1 of 2) (brendalineblogs.wordpress.com)
- Passion and Happiness (legendofanomad.com)