What’s your joy?

Sometimes I need to remind myself.

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8 thoughts on “What’s your joy?

  1. How cheerful and positive!! Love it!!! Thanks for sharing!!

  2. Andria says:

    Absolutely! It always feels great to remind yourself of what brings you joy! Beautiful, sunny pages.

  3. Janet says:

    LOVE these pages!!!

  4. Lovely post, full of positivity 🙂

  5. rossmountney says:

    Love the artwork. I guess much of my joy comes from writing and my two lovely kids. And the beauty of that is they are combined!

  6. vivjm says:

    Thanks for your lovely comments everyone! It certainly doesn’t hurt to remind ourselves of all the joy in our lives 🙂

  7. […] I am reading Vajragupta’s book “Buddhism: Tools for Living Your Life“. Whilst maybe not ground breaking stuff, the book clearly explains Buddhist ideas with practical exercises for you to undertake. One of the exercises is a set of reflections from the Tibetan Buddhist tradition, known as the “four thoughts that turn the mind towards the Buddhist teaching” or simply the “four reminders”. The first reminder is that “life is a precious opportunity”. This reminder is something I already try to reflect on daily – by keeping a daily journal of “good things” and with art journalling such as my “Joy” page (blogged about here). […]

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