Happy New Year!

Happy New Year!!!

Have you ever considered that words are stand alone? If so, I wonder if you have also ever considered the significance of what happens when certain words are put together and then taken a part? For instance; look at the term above “Happy New Year“. Now what in fact do the words happy, new and year have to do with one another?  Well, let’s take a look at each of these words individually first. 1) Happy – The word happy is a word that expresses emotion and state of being. This word is most often based upon feelings regarding a group of outside actions, conditions and/or circumstances.  Now what this basically means is, that if the people places and things in life make one feel good, then they are happy. However, if those same people, places and things do not make one feel good, then their happy turns into to sad or “unhappy“.  So how does this relate to the two words that follow the latter…New & Year?  Does it communicate that in order to have a Happy New Year you must be made to feel this way by the people, places and things around you? To answer this, probably. The better way to communicate this expression then would likely be Joyous New Year because you see, Joy is a state of mind. If you had the mind of joy in one year, then it is more than likely that you will bring that same mind set into the new year.  Words are so powerful and this is why it is imperative that you yourself understand the vernacular by which we communicate.  If you do not, then your communication will never be effective. In order to properly translate what you are thinking, feeling or saying…you yourself must first understand it. Tomorrow I will go on to the next word; “New”.  This will be fitting because it will be a new day and a new word to help you have greater communication in this new year!  Stay tuned and choose joy this week and happiness will automatically be the reward or by product. I’ll see you on tomorrow…

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