Disability Scooters and Stairlifts for our old age - help and adviceWritten by malcolm james pugh
Mobility in later life - Advice and help
We take our freedom of action and movement for granted, until it is not there.
Unfortunately, one day we will all need some form of help and assistance in order to efficiently get out and about without it being too much of an impossible effort. Whenever you feel that time has come it will come as a pleasant suprise that Magbility exists, and not only that, are a prime example of how businesses ought to be, like they used to be.
These are reliable, honest and friendly people, who get pleasure out of helping out others in their hour of need, and are expert in their field with years of experience.
The Elusive Butterfly of HappinessWritten by Barbara White
Are You Chasing Elusive Butterfly of Happiness?
For many people happiness is an elusive butterfly in garden of life. Imagine a young child in garden on a summer day. The child sees a beautiful butterfly flitting from flower to flower. With eyes of wonder child wants to see it close up, touch it, and hold it in their hands. The child goes towards flower that butterfly is resting on, with arms out stretched, only to find as he just gets in reach, butterfly moves to another flower. Undeterred child follows butterfly to next flower, and then next, but butterfly always stays just out of reach.
As adults, happiness can seem just like that butterfly, always just out of reach. It becomes almost an obsession and words “if only…” become an increasingly large part of our thoughts and vocabulary. If only I had more money I would be happy, if only I was in a great relationship I would be happy, if only I could have a different job……….and list goes on. Even if we achieve one of our “if only “desires, happiness we seek is still just out of our reach. The truth of saying “The grass is always greener on other side of fence” becomes our focus and perception. If this becomes our focus, we find that dissatisfaction and unhappiness increasingly keep growing in our life and experience.
The unhappiness within us can not be completely satisfied by external events or circumstances. To find happiness in life we must first be at peace with ourselves internally. External events and circumstances can bring us happiness in moment, but they do not have a lasting effect on our inner self. Life experience brings a mixture of good and bad circumstances to everyone. To rely on life’s experiences for our source of happiness would mean living life in a constant emotional roller coaster ride.