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14,000 Things to Be Happy About [Anglais] [Broché]

Barbara Ann Kipfer

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Fun Idea - Very Thought Provoking 25 décembre 2004
Par G. Reid - Publié sur
This book is just a list of 14,000 things. There is no order to the list. The book is small enough that you can carry it around with you. Many of the happy things will not make a reader happy. However, many of the happy things will make you, the reader, very happy. You will want to have a highlighter handy as you go through the book. A fun thing to do is to make your own list.

A few of the things on my list in no special order are: golden retrievers, library research, premoistened towelettes, the car heater, down quilts, dog walking, taking a walk when the world is too much, towels that absorb well, marble sinks, using candles, drawstrings, the wonder of life, dining out, country music, salad bars, and psychology.

The book helps one trigger memories of happy events in the past and this process brings happiness into the present. Everyone's list will be different because we all have different pasts. By using a highlighter one can make the list his/her own list of happy memories. Most of the things on the list are simple things available to anyone.
13 internautes sur 15 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 Captures the tiny, beautiful things in life we forget about! 26 mai 2003
Par Diane Moore - Publié sur
This book inspired me to make my own "happy list" once upon a time!! It is basically 612 pages of things that make the author happy. You might say, "how boring!" But, it's not! She received a PHD in Linguistics and that's quite obvious, because not many people could pull this off! I used to use this as a mood book, where I would underline things that made me happy. It would always take away my bad mood, because it would remind me that there is no reason to focus on the bad when there are so many little things in life to remember!
Some examples:
a chance to sleep in
naming your baby
buying fresh flowers
the pleasure of water
smelling corncob-smoked bacon sizzling, maple-scented muffins, and pancakes off the griddle
hair towels
going to three museums in a row
roller skating around the block
See what I mean? A lot of the things on the list have to do with food, really good, home cookin', so beware if you read it while hungry!! It reminds you of all the tiny, great things in the world! Keep it by your bedside table and drift off to sleep with corn muffins, lazy sunday afternoons, and kittens floating in your head!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 How to "get it" 21 février 2011
Par Sacred Chapel - Publié sur
Format:Broché|Achat vérifié
One day, I realized I drank 3 pots of coffee and never tasted any of it. I never experienced any of those cups of coffee. So, I made a point of: STOP and BE STILL. To mentally understand that I am about to drink coffee. Looked at the coffee and noticed the color, the ripples, the light dancing on it, any reflection. If I put cream in it I notieced how it swirled. Then I shut out everything but aroma. I focused on the coffees aroma. I even bought coffee beans and did not grind them at the store, just so I could experience the aroma.

It started there. I was so involved with my work, so focused that I was not experiencing Life. It was hard to remember to stop and be one with whatever -- rain, Christmas, whatever.

It was tough putting the utensils down and just sit looking at my dinner plate: food color texture aroma. Even fleeting moments of awareness made it easier.

Of course, I would get the questions: what ARE you doing? --I am being one with the coffee.
--Why?/ Are you nuts? --BECAUSE I drink 3 pots of coffee and never tasted a drop! Now, just let me have my moment, thank you.
--Trust me, after about 3 times, THEY got over it.

And it did not take long for the habit to sink in. I notice the tea, coffee, rain, stars, breeze.

Now, when I looked at those first few pages of this book, I could relate--I HAD MEMORY-SENSORY RECALL of the experience. And a lot of fun.
And a handy mental pick-me-up, if I need it.

That and I am compelled to make lists. Lots of them -over and over and over--same lists. I am vindicated.
What are you writing? - A list.
Don't you have enough lists already?
-They gave up on that too. --Oh She's making a list. Don't ask.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 more joy than you can shake a stick at 4 octobre 2001
Par Un client - Publié sur
This little book caught my eye at the bookstore while shopping for other (more serious) things. I started at page one, and as I turned the pages I realized I needed to grab a highlighter and start over! I marked all the things I could relate with, that brought positive feeling to my heart, and spent hours and hours over the past few years putting it down now and then, and picking it up to see if my tastes and interests had changed. Most of the things she mentions are universal experiences, some are regional and give you an idea of joys you didn't even know about. It was a very positive experience and I plan to get one for everyone I know.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I LOVE this book. 11 mai 2004
Par Ms. Lisa M. Watson - Publié sur
I bought this book a few years ago on a whim. I really have enjoyed going through it numerous times. One of the things I have done as I have been reading it is I highlight the ones that make me happy. That way if I am having a bad day I can pick up the book and at a glance find something that can make me feel better or remind me to do something to make me feel better. I really enjoy this book.
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