I think we all strive for “happiness” but we attach to that word the totally wrong sentiment. We, as a culture make out that happiness is ‘excitement’, it’s a common mistake we are always making - that many things going on and many lights, events and colours and many people in our lives and many dollars in our account = happiness. True happiness isn’t excitement at all, true happiness is peace. Ithink that’s the biggest shortcoming in western society; it’s that we strive for such temporary happiness, or ‘excitement’… when we could direct our energies towards tapping into that constant happy within ourselves. Excitement is generally - circumstantial, illusory, shallow and short-lived; if we dared to delve deeper we could find inside of us the kind of happiness that we should be striving for in life, and any given circumstances and situations (that we generally perceive to equate to happiness) are irrelevant when we tap into that peace. When we find it and project it into our lives. It is constant, ever-loving and whole. It is true happiness. :) Don’t think about what you can do to fill up your hours with events this weekend, think about what you can do to make ‘happy’ come shining through in whatever and however many things you do do. PEACE.