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Who we are at the core matters to how we feel. And who we are at the core is largely what defines our character. When everything is stripped away, when you are proverbially standing naked with nothing else but who you are between you and the mirror of life, when you are without house or car or career or wardrobe to hide behind, then, and for some only then, you will be left to recognize the singular importance of four basic components of life:.
Nothing else ultimately matters all that much when compared to these. Each is crucial to your happiness. Corrupt any one of the four components and your happiness will be compromised. This final post in this series, then, will introduce you to those principles of character that are important to living a happy life. Character is the marriage of 1 and 2 as expressed in 3 of the 4 components above.
In other words, your character is the marriage of your thoughts, attitudes and opinions to your faith, beliefs, spirituality and values as expressed in your relationships and experiences.
It is how you live when no one is looking. It is the quality of your actions when there is no apparent benefit to acting well. It is the fusion of thought, belief and action into a coherent identity of person.
It is who you are deep inside as an expression of how you treat yourself and others. It is the degree to which you live with integrity to universal principles of decency. So character matters to happiness. It is the foundation that holds up the house. In other words, character is to happiness what a foundation is to the structure of your home. Remove the foundation and the house starts to sink. Remove character and so does happiness. Hateful, mean and selfish people are not supposed to be happy as hateful, mean and selfish people.
Sure, everyone everywhere are meant to be happy. But no one is meant to be happy while engaged in those behaviors, exercising those beliefs and attitudes and living their lives in such a way as would quite naturally produce its opposite of bitterness, resentment, anger and depression. The following character traits are those I believe will most help you live with more abundant, consistent and radiant joy.
Humility is a quiet sort of confidence, an inner strength that allows for vulnerability because its possessor cares more about what is true than who is right.
It is in that inner strength that happiness can grow to full maturity. Humility is also the gateway to developing all other character traits in that humble people are open to opportunities to learn and grow, to develop and improve. Humility leads to personal growth. Personal growth leads to more joy. At exactly that point where courage falters, is the point at which all other character traits fail as well.
In other words, courage is needed to nail every other character trait to the wall of integrity. Loving the loveable is easy. But loving the unlovable takes courage. Being loyal to your friends is easy in front of your friends. Being loyal when there is pressure to be disloyal requires courage to stay true.
Honesty when you know you will be praised for speaking it is easy. But honesty when you know you will be in all kinds of trouble for telling the truth requires all kinds of courage to tell it anyway. Stepping into the unknown. Grabbing hold of life-changing opportunity. Opening your heart after having it broken.
Ending the subtle poison of procrastination. Jumping into the deep-end of life. All such behavior requires varying degrees of courage. Happiness requires all such behavior. Grateful people notice the light in the dark, joy in the sad and purpose in sorrow.
They are also grateful for what others might consider the ordinary and common — that which is so easily taken for granted.
They notice the rose along the path and appreciate its fragrance. They smile at the curiosity of the child who asks question after question after question. They notice the flutter of leaves in the breeze and the blueness of the sky and the crispness of autumn.
And they feel the radiant glow of joy in each act of appreciation they offer. The truly happy are a tolerant bunch. They are appropriately tolerant of their own see They tolerate the uncertainty of life. They have thick skin. They can live comfortably with change and disruption and opposing ideas and attitudes. Love is the great neutralizer of negativity. It allows us to see pain behind anger, to recognize hidden misfortune behind very public expressions of bitterness and to reach out with kindness and compassion to those who strike out in fear and blame.
Love truly does conquer all. And the purer the love, the deeper the happiness it produces. Pure or perfect or unconditional love is no longer simply an expression of love to a particular person my mom, my child, my best friend , but is a generalized expression of an internal condition of the soul. Forgiveness at its highest form is forgiveness broadly applied, as an expression of a forgiving heart.
It is the attitude of forgiveness. It manifests itself even as the offense is taking place. It is spontaneous forgiveness. And it is a character trait of the very deeply happy. Those who carry the weight of grudges grow to be crooked and disfigured with hate and resentment.
But those who can throw off such disfiguring burdens of the soul are lighter, freer and happier. Selfishness is the great destroyer of love and compassion, of kindness, empathy and happiness. The problem is that it is also quite a natural part of the human condition. But there is a paradox that is also, at least in part, a solution to the problem. It is when you truly lose yourself in serving others, that you actually start to find yourself on a much deeper level.
So uproot the natural, but crippling characteristic of selfishness and learn to release and love and feel. Step into the moccasins of others, see through their eyes, feel with their hearts. Serve, bless, help and watch the selfish impulse slowly drain away. Out of that service you render will rise a deeper sense of meaning and purpose and joy in living for something higher than yourself. Be true to others. Others will come to trust and respect you when they are confident your word is a stronger adhesive to action than a law suit is a disincentive to being dishonest.
And as a wonderful side effect, there is an inner confidence and joy that comes to people who live honest lives. Be true to yourself. But who are you fundamentally? You are a person with immense potential, a man or woman who has the spark of divinity glowing within your soul, who has unbelievable stores of possibility. Be true to that part of you. Be true to universal principles. Integrity to higher values, to universal realities, to truth, is our highest call. Unhappiness is largely the result of living incongruently to truth.
Somewhere inside each of us is the soft yearning to live a higher, nobler life of integrity. Something speaks from our souls, longing for the good and the holy. Happy people are those who live more consistently to those principles. When the going gets tough, what do you do?
Do you sit down, role over, and play dead? Or do you buckle in, readjust, hit the gas, and blow through barriers? The road to happiness is liberally sprinkled with obstacles of difficulty and challenge, of trial and tribulation and sorrow and pain.
Those who persist, who persevere and endure, these are they who are the happiest amongst us. They achieve more and do more and overcome more. What do I mean by being expectantly patient? Perhaps it is best put this way: Be impatient enough with life that you run more than sleep, that you climb more than fall, that you learn more than cram, that you laugh more than cry, that you live more than die. Be patient with yourself as you allow yourself the room to learn … and allow yourself to trip and fall … and allow yourself back up on your feet to brush yourself off … and develop … and improve … and evolve … and grow.
And be patient enough with others that you confirm and validate and love them even when they are not living up to who you know they can be. It smiles when you stumble, then runs a little faster after recovering balance for the sheer joy of the run.
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