Z - Zen

Posted by Claudia Moser on 10:39 AM in , ,
The ultimate goal on the road towards happiness, to reach a zen level. This year the A - Z Challenge had as theme a happiness project, during which I tried to collect at least one item which makes me happy. It had proven to be quite a challenge, literally, since I had quite a tough personal period - deaths in the family, in my friends circle as well as quite a turmoil in my attempt to identify what I want to do in the near future. On the other hand, the fact that I stayed focused and tried to write on a daily basis (even if I had moments during which I could not really concentrate) proved that I do find lovely things around me which make me smile. I wish you all a happy day, I might return to my blogging silence for a while, still trying to figure out where to go next ... And hey, I made it :)



Sorry to hear your going through a hard time. I hope you find perfect Zen. You deserve it you are beautiful, strong, powerful woman inside and out and I know you can accomplish anything you want to do. Stay strong xxx

I hope you find your Zen! Good luck on the challenge..Happy May Day! Wishing you a happy day and month of May!

Well done on reaching the end of the challenge, and I hope you find your balance and harmony.

Sorry to hear of the tough time just sending you lots of hugs and kind thoughts

Oh My dear Claudia; I AM so sorry to hear about your tough time and also sorry for my belated comment.
Great that you completed the challenge and I hope you are doing well, my friend♡♡♡

Sending you Lots of Love and Hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*

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