In dance, no movement or direction is better or worse than another. This, too, is a way to view of all of life. See the the "good and bad" things that happen to you simply as movements in the dance of life.
People spend 46.9 percent of their waking hours thinking about something other than what they’re doing, and this mind wandering typically makes them unhappy, according to research by Harvard psychologists Matthew A. Killingsworth and Daniel T. Gilbert.
“Mind-wandering is an excellent predictor of people’s happiness. In fact, how often our minds leave the present and where they tend to go is a better predictor of our happiness than the activities in which we are engaged.”
~ Matthew A. Killingsnworth
“The ability to think about what is not happening is a cognitive achievement that comes at an emotional cost.”
"Children tend to be far more immersed in the moment than adults are; as they are experiencing so many things for the first time, they take each experience in deeply, without being so chronically distracted by the weight of the past or concerns about the future."
"We often struggle to let some people go especially when they made that decision. We question the universe, we question ourselves and we question everyone around us but we never truly get our answers. Letting someone go takes time."