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Very Happy for you. Great Achievements. Happy Married & shiny Life.
That is fantastic, Dan. A high five to you.
I especially like that you expressed the actions you have taken which have resulted in a feeling of thriving. Inspiring!
Indeed... it is, of course, more messy and complicated than that as real life tends to be... but it is satisfying to see the changes in my life that I have enacted through my choices taking a positive effect. Truly gratifying.
Attitude and approach are truly key factors in anyone's experience of life. You have presented your thoughts well in the hub.
Thank you for writing honestly. I can see that too, that thriving or surviving are not always 'across the board' but may be in some areas of one's life.
Excellent. What more could one ask?
Yes, I agree. The richest moments in my life have been when I had no money. And if I had had money, those moments would not have happened.
You have an interesting username, europewalker. Do you walk through Europe? Will check out your profile....
That is to understand. I guess most people go through those cycles. And thriving or surviving seems to be a perception, a way of relating to outer circumstances and stimuli. Thank you for sharing.
I agree, thriving does not necessarily have to do with having money or even good health, though both can be appreciated. Simple living can be beautiful. I also feel I am thriving when I am using my gifts and being creative.
I meant the question to be open-ended.
The terms are not narrowly defined here, but allow answers from all interpretations.
You answered honestly and well. I wish you the best.
Interesting. It would be fun to explore this a little more. Do you mean that because people are expressing themselves and interacting with others they are thriving in a way?
That is exactly what I mean.
I associate thriving with flourishing, radiating vibrancy, aliveness, full participation with the whole of life.
It is helpful to have answers like yours, for me to gain an understanding of how other people feel about the measure of thriving.