When do we feel bad?
Almost always because of an external trigger – circumstances or people.
When do we feel good?
Almost always because of an internal trigger – something we have done or felt.
If these both statements hold truth, how is it that we feel bad more often than we feel good?
If feeling good is within our control, why do we allow an external stimulus to make us feel bad?
If we do not want anyone or anything to make us feel bad, especially when we don’t want to, we have to allow ourselves to be happy, whenever we want to.