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Title: You can’t be happy tomorrow
Author: Fraser Trevor
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Choose to become aware of all possible pleasant events, and then purposely squeeze out whatever joy they hold. You can’t be joyful tomorr...
Choose to become aware of all possible pleasant events, and then purposely squeeze out whatever joy they hold. You can’t be joyful tomorrow. There are so many happenings that may hold a source or stimulus to joy within.The sky and cloud formations. Clouds are fascinating. At any given time, the particular juxtaposition of the clouds will never repeat. Each viewing experience is unique. What you are seeing and possibly enjoying will never occur just like that ever again. Of course, there are peak experiences at sunrise and sunset with the salmon coloured formations but there are particularly touching views that may occur at any time. This source of joy cost nothing and only requires a lift of the head and a switch from the internal dialogue which usually governs our waking moments to a couple moments of concentration on the view and an awareness of what comes up for you. I never feel as deeply connected with my past as I do sometimes when viewing the sky.Be aware of the flight of birds and their sounds. Stop and listen to the robin [especially the English robin] as it begins to sing in the autumn and throughout the winter and spring.

If you are fortunate, you may be visited by migratory birds. Here in Devon, UK, we are fortunate that swallows, chimney swifts and martins nest nearby and provide an endless array of aerial acrobatics. I am much less enthusiastic about the starlings, mainly because of how they chase away smaller birds from the feeding tray and because of their numbers; they soon gobble up the seed mixture that I provide. I am criticised for not liking them, but accepting them is a constant challenge. There is always something to work on, isn’t there?
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