Happily Ever After
Guest Post by Heart and Soul Health Coach Mike Fenton
A term that has been used many times which usually means a happy ending to a story. But living happily ever after means something different to each of us. What one person perceives as happiness another finds nothing to be happy about. We all have something in life that brings us happiness and it is unique to each one of us.
We will also find that as we go through life the things that once brought us happiness no longer do, however, we should not consider that a problem because if we are open to experiencing new things we will find there are many things in life to enjoy.
We are reminded not to seek our happiness in materialistic things as it is written in Ecclesiastes 5:10 “Those who love money will never have enough. How meaningless to think that wealth brings true happiness!”
Rather we should look to store our treasures in heaven. It is written in Matthew 6:20 “Store your treasures in heaven, where moths and rust cannot destroy, and thieves do not break in and steal”. While finding happiness in our earthly life is important, more importantly is finding eternal happiness and living life happily ever after.