Life, Dreams, and Happiness
When I was young I always believed I would have a successful life, which at the time meant a good job, fancy cars, a wife, kids, and all of the usual trimmings that Americans use to define success. With all of those ambitious plans it never donned on me that my life would be better than I ever imagined. For that, I thank my faith and the quality relationships that I’ve built with family and friends of all ages and all across the globe. Because of you, I’ve learned happiness is not about a high paying job, or a house you buy, or a car you drive, or a something that you marry into; at least not for me. For me, happiness is simply something that you are.
How can you not smile when your life exceeds your dreams. — Sean King