Finding Happy

So many people are searching for their version of happiness, these days.  Maybe it’s just my circle of family, friends and associates, but people are less tolerant of the petty day-to-day drama and making changes (sometimes drastic) in order to preserve their own sanity.  Here at Recipe Book Rescue, we generally don’t feature more contemporary recipe books, but perhaps a liberal use of the following recipe will help those in search of happiness?

Wolves it KitchenRecipe for Happiness

  • 2 heaping cups of patience
  • 2 handfuls of generosity
  • 1 head full of understanding
  • 1 heart full of love
  • a dash of laughter

Sprinkle generously with kindness. Add plenty of faith. Mix well. Spread over a period of a lifetime and serve everybody you meet.

Resource Attribution:  A contribution by Tori Short to Wolves in the Kitchen. Wickliffe Informal Alternative School. Upper Arlington, OH: 2005.

Did you know? John Stewart released a song titled, “Wolves in the Kitchen!”  “They are coming in the back door and sneaking in the hall…”  What a timely and appropriate message, too.

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Image Credit:  John Stewart, 1971, “The Lonesome Picker Rides Again,” album cover.

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