Happiness Bonheur Glück

Today I choose Happiness.

Aujourd’hui je choisis le Bonheur.

Heute bin ich Glücklich.

This short phrase may seem so simple. But believe me it’s a choice some of us have to make deliberately every day. They must tell themselves that it’s a day to choose happiness over sadness and depression. Don’t think it’s always easy to be just happy. Sometimes our brain tells us that life is a dark place where the light won’t enter ever again. On these moments, be strong, tell those depressing thoughts to f*ck the off. And say aloud :


Cette courte phrase peut paraître si simple. Mais croyez-moi pour certains cela relève du défi quotidien. Obligé de se dire qu’aujourd’hui on ne laisse pas la place à la dépression, mais c’est le bonheur qui va remporter la bataille quotidienne. Il y a des jours où notre cerveau essaie de nous tirer vers le fonds du gouffre et tente de nous faire croire à une nuit éternelle sans lumière. Dans ces moments, soyons forts et hurlons à la face de ses pensées négatives : allez vous faire fo*tre ! Dis le à voix haute :


Dieser kurze Satz wirkt so einfach. Glaub das nicht. Für manche ist es ein tagtäglicher Kampf gegen Depression. Es ist eine echte Titanenarbeit das Glück anstatt der Angst und Betroffenheit zu wählen. An manchen Tag versucht unser Gehirn uns in dunkle Tiefen zu ziehen und will uns glauben lassen, dass die Dunkelheit nie mehr dem Licht weichen wird. In diesen Augenblicken ist Powerdenken angesagt. Sei stark und dag diesen Gedanken : F*ck you! Du musst ganz laut schreien :



There is only one happiness in this life, to love and to be loved.

💖George Sand💖

The Last Days of Rabbit Hayes

The Last Days of Rabbit Hayes by Anna McPartlin

Here is a truth that can’t be escaped: for Mia ‘Rabbit’ Hayes, life is coming to an end . . .

Rabbit Hayes loves her life, ordinary as it is, and the extraordinary people in it.

She loves her spirited daughter, Juliet; her colourful, unruly family; the only man in her big heart, Johnny Faye.

But it turns out the world has other plans for Rabbit, and she’s OK with that. Because she has plans for the world too, and only a handful of days left to make them happen.

Here is a truth that won’t be forgotten: this is a story about laughing through life’s surprises and finding the joy in every moment.

Paperback, 368 pages
Published June 19th 2014 by Transworld Ireland (first published May 8th 2014)
Credit to : Goodreads
This book made me cry, this book book made me consider life and death differently. It’s as Rabbit was my friend. When Rabbit finally joins here lifelong love Johnny in death, I felt like I was in the spirit of her BFF Marjorie. I had lost a member of my family. I have quickly come to consider Rabbit my friend, my sister …
Rabbit is accompanied by her mother to the hospice where she spend the last days of her life. That’s when the reader becomes acquainted with Mia Hayes, better known as Rabbit.
Rabbit has still hope to survive her cancer, there is her daughter Juliet, on twelve years old, there’s Ma and Da, her parents, her sister and brother and all those other family members and friends …
Discovering, learning to love and laugh with Rabbit and all her loves in a multitude of present and past moments, reactions and actions. Each character plays a different role in Rabbit’s life and will paint a wonderful and colourful piece of art of this life oh too short.
Anna McPartlin gave me conscience about the importance of telling how much you love someone. Life may seem eternal and can end so abruptly. Rabbit’s days are counted, but she is surrounded by a loving bunch of people, crazy, loving, full of joy and sadness.
Death looks less frightening when you reach the end of The Last Days of Rabbit Hayes.

He thought of her

Poem by @crazyjake54


He knew at once

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