This article is an extract of chapter #14 in Karl Moore’s best-selling book, “The 18 Rules of Happiness”.
“Simplicity is the essence of happiness.” – Cedric Bledsoe
Too often, our lives are filled with complex demands and desires.
We get upset because our new Sony Vaio has a deep red fascia rather than the grey-black we preferred. We’re annoyed because our restroom under floor heating isn’t quite as warm as we’d like – and, come to think of it, those bathroom tiles are a little out-of-date, too.
How often do you find yourself criticizing what exists in your life – rather than appreciating it?
And how often do you take time out to truly enjoy the really SIMPLE pleasures in life?