To love the life you have, you must live a life of love.
It’s easy to buy into the idea that the more we possess like money, homes, stuff, the happier we will be, but that’s not true.
Being rich doesn’t make you feel rich. There’s always someone richer to make you feel poorer.
And there’s nothing wrong with being wealthy; just don’t expect it to make you feel fulfilled. That doesn’t work.
What works is loving what should be loved.
By making people, family, friends, neighbors, strangers, ourselves, God the objects of our heart’s desire, caring for and serving them fills us with the joy we want, need.
Love begets love.