Thursday, April 19, 2012

David Archuleta - Admiring His Happiness

Some people describe happiness as the feeling you experience when you realize that everything is exactly as it should be, some define it as the state of feeling that you experience after reaching your goals while others define it as a having inner peace.
I admire David Archuleta for his unselfishness, his kindness, his good manners, his honesty and encouragement.  There are many things we do today, that we would never have attempted or accomplished had it not been for his encouraging words.

I admire the way he serves his Lord, with dedication and honesty and integrity. He is without a doubt the kindness person I’ve ever known.  He takes each day as it comes, accepts it as a gift from God and does his best.

Nearly every time you see him he’s laughing, or at least smiling.  And he makes everyone else around him feel like smiling.  Even after spending only a few minutes in his presence you can’t help feeling happier.

David is the happiest I have ever seen him.  All the pictures I’ve seen from the start of his Mission have been a look of contentment and joy. It seems he has found happiness in reaching a goal and perhaps now has inner peace.
Those who make a life of happiness for themselves are the real dreamers, the people who dared to live their life to the fullest.  Deep within the meaning of life, it calls us to come inside and experience it.

David is experiencing life and will serve others and teach them that truth shall be found by those who seek it, salvation be given to those who yearn for it, light to those in the dark and revelation where there is mystery.
Socrates said that “The unexamined life is not worth living.”

Part of happiness is the reflective recognition of the fact that we are happy and have goodness in our lives.  Without examining our lives, our environments, the people around us, and both reflecting on the past and thinking about the future, we would not be able to recognize the extent of our happiness
How can someone so young teach us so much?

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