There is a song out there that epitomizes a life philosophy, which if we all embraced it, would make the world a phenomenally better place. Somewhere along the way, society’s mandate for winning at life became about beating the other guy to “the goods”. Success started to mean a bigger house and more TVs.
But this song, when it wafted from the radio when I was a kid, spoke to me even then of how life should be. “Make Someone Happy” was written by Jule Styne, Adolph Green and Betty Comden, and first performed December 26, 1960. This song has never gone out of style – read the list of 100+ performers who sang it over 31 years – because although admittedly romantic in nature, it also expresses a fundamental truth about life.
When we are of “service to others”, when we are busy making someone else happy, we become happy too. Service to others is a core philosophy that humanity is working on “getting” as a collective, in order to shift to a higher level of vibration.
Look around you. What something can you do today for someone you know (or a stranger) that would contribute to that person’s happiness, your own happiness in the doing of it, and the bigger picture of the growth of humanity?
Let’s bring some “old-fashioned values” back into style.
“Make someone happy.
Make just one someone happy
And you will be happy too…”