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  1. A

    Nature walk, sitting on the porch, reading, exercising.

    11 months ago
  2. Robin Ann

    The ocean, nature, my children, family ,friends, pets and my faith

    12 months ago
  3. Susan

    I love the season fall! Everything about it makes me happy.
    PSL, sweaters, pumpkins, fall leaves, crisp air, soup.

    12 months ago
  4. Lisalisasmile

    The simplest things are always the greatest this that bring me joy♥️ I love loving at evening sky and seeing the bright moon shine back, the trees covered in a fresh light layer of snow, the smiles on my kids and grandkids faces, hot chocolate on a cold winters day, nice cup of coffee in the morning, a fresh clean bed to climb into at night, Eskimo kisses withy grand babies, snuggles while reading a book or watching a movie with my grandkids, laughing with coworkers, a walk in nature, a good song on the radio, my list can go on and on!!! I have much joy in my life ♥️😍

    12 months ago
  5. Val Dombey

    Spending time with my dogs! My coffee time, time at the gym so many to name. Joy is where we find it- in simple everyday things.

    12 months ago
  6. Greg

    Often the concrete world around me observed in quiet contemplation. For me, there are moments throughout everyday where something will catch my attention, the bend of a tree branch, the pattern of leaves on the ground, a scent in the air, an isolated sound, that bring clarity and joy with my attention to them. I leave myself open to these things all day, every day. It is, perhaps, the best part of being a human.

    12 months ago
  7. devy

    Seeing the birds in our feeder.

    12 months ago
  8. Rabbit

    Well, rabbits! Home and family. Books. Nature. Sense of accomplishment. All of you.

    I sent my dog niece, Lily, a Halloween card and my friend Patty sent me a video of her opening it. She is a loving happy dog. She lives in a Chicago high rise with a view of Lake Michigan. She brought us much joy when she lived here.

    12 months ago
  9. Lydia

    Sunlight on the mountains that surround our small town…coffee and chats with friends in my favourite cafe…our dogs and their comical dog lives…finding secondhand bargains…my partner’s cooking – especially the cheese souffles and banana muffins…sharing laughs with my triplet brother and sister who live far away…sunlight sifting through leaves. Sometimes I forget what miracles light up each day – thanks for helping me recall!

    12 months ago
    1. Rabbit

      Triplets are a miracle.

      12 months ago
      1. Lydia

        Thank you Rabbit, I believe you’re right! We were born in 1960 in London, rather premature, yet even then the technology and care was available to get us here and thriving!

        12 months ago
        1. Rabbit

          I went to high school with a set of triplets – Mary, Carol, and Sue. They looked a lot alike but if you knew them a bit and put some effort into it you could tell them apart. Often wonder what their lives were like all these many years later. Do you all look alike?

          11 months ago
          1. Lydia

            Hi Rabbit, sorry for late reply! We are two girls and a boy. My sister and I looked very alike as kids, though we have different eye colours, two of us left-handed, sister right-handed…and very individual personalities. I’m so grateful to have them in my life; we will always look out for each other’s welfare and want the best for each other – a real blessing!

            11 months ago
  10. Erich617

    My simple things are similar to some of the other people who have already posted, but I must say that they are not so simple.

    I take joy in my morning coffee, but I live nowhere near a coffee plantation. (This is purely tangential, but I believe that farmers are attempting to establish a coffee plantation about 40 miles from my house. It’s an interesting project, and I will gladly support it when it comes to market.) That people grow and harvest coffee, transport it, and roast it so that I can have a cup is actually quite complex.

    I walk my little one to and from school most days of the week. I am terrible with distances so I don’t really know how far it is. I live near a park and walk along the perimeter, where the big trees shade the path. That practice always soothes me. That said, not everybody has the capacity to walk that distance. I am quite fortunate that I have the physical ability, time, and environment to do that.

    And, of course, my child brings me joy each day. I must say that I am not in any way advocating that others have children or trying to make anybody in a different situation feel less than in any way. I made the decision to have a child after a lot of thought and care, and I was quite fulfilled prior to having a child. I am LAO very fortunate that I was able to have a child when I chose to.

    All that said, each day, she says or does something so wonderfully funny, curious, or interesting that I can’t help being joyful. Human development is really quite complex, but a simple question or joke from my little one really does bring me joy.

    12 months ago
  11. c

    witnessing kindnesses, happiness, life unfolding , meditation

    12 months ago
  12. O.Christina

    Today it was the golden autumn leaves shimmering in the sunshine where I am right now. Such a beauty created by nature´s natural rhythm of things. I will see if I can add a photo in the Lounge of a special moment today gifted to us here to share with you, my dear friends.

    12 months ago
  13. pkr

    Walking in my neighborhood surrounded by Redwood Trees.
    Autumn colors, some bright & bold, others soft & subtle.
    My morning coffee with the birds singing in the background.
    My serenity bell, hanging from a tree by my back door; I ring it every morning as a “Hello” to All who have left this earth.
    The Moon & stars…

    12 months ago
  14. T

    Something that gives me joy was that today my class got canceled and it made me extremely happy. Also my professor brought us muffins today for working hard on midterms. Overall, I am so grateful fo the really small things that made me really happy

    12 months ago
  15. A
    Ana Maria

    MY three and a half months granddaughter. She just found her thumb, she has worked so hard to get it into her mouth but her whole hand was going in. As soon as she went from having a fist to open hands the thumb appeared! Lesson for me in this process is that everything happens in its own time. We could not have taught her this process, it was all her in her own development time. What a joy to be with her.

    12 months ago
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