Who is the most blissful person you know?

Think about them for a moment and ponder on why that is so.

 

What do they spend their time focusing on?

What do they spend their time not focusing on?

 

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A complete stranger taught me a lesson this week. He wasrelaxed, reading a fiction book. A permanent half-smile rested on his face while he sat next to me in the Atlanta airport.

 

Between the pages of his book, he glanced up at the network news that the rest of us had been glued to for 17 hours, saw the headline and casually uttered:

 

“Well look at that. Hillary lost. I thought for sure she was going to win.”  Shrugged his shoulders, and went back to his book.

 

I couldn’t believe it. Was it really news to him? Was he so disconnected that he granted himself immunity to the sickness of American politics?

 

I’ll ask you again:

 

What do blissful people spend their time focusing on? Do that next week.

What do they spend their time not focusing on? Don’t do that next week.

 

Then share your answers with us at #FranklyBlissful on Twitter, Instagram or Facebook.

 

Cheers,
BW

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