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Today we will explore the uncharted emotions of life. We, as an educated people, are all aware of emotions, but they don’t always make sense.  I don’t know why we are often caught up in the “all-is-well” pretense, which hides under the positivism hood. Our emotions are challenges and we need to understand them.

Sometimes our emotions become overwhelming. Life becomes very challenging. All of sudden, we can feel hit at the base of our emotions. In today’s post we will explore that.

Welcome to the world of chronicles of overcoming life emotions, like anxiety, depression, losing hope, relationship struggles, stress, panic attacks, abuse or isolation. These are not just words, but experiences that we have in our everyday lives.

A healthy life is very important. When we are in emotional pain, we need care, attention and nurturing. We can’t ignore our emotional issues. We need to face them and deal with them. Sometimes we forget that or even make fun of it. But when we don’t face things, they cause problems in our lives. 

While searching for a possible solution over the internet, I found something that I wanted to share with you all. The movement is #JoyTrain on Twitter. The tagline is “transforming people’s lives through joy.”  

When you search the hashtag #JoyTrain on Twitter, you’ll find wonderful people who can help you to overcome stress, anxiety or depression as well as other issues that cloud your existence. The #JoyTrain movement suggests that you live radiantly and joyfully.  Some of the quotes you’ll find on #JoyTrain are “There is nothing more beautiful than someone who makes life beautiful for others.” “Always be joyful and never stop praying.” “There is greatness within you!” “JOY is the best gift you can give!” #JoyTrain quotes often urge the necessity of sharing love with others. In our daily life we never realize the importance of joy, but somehow we expect it  to come on its own.

 Kari Joys, the director of #JoyTrain, says “Joy is the natural result of facing and dealing with our emotional issues in healthy ways.”  Kari Joys MS is the director of the Center for Creative Change in Spokane, Washington. She is a highly recognized Counselor and Psychotherapist who has been in private practice for thirty years. She is also a published author, a powerful group leader and an educator.  On her website, at, Ms Joys says,“We live in a culture where we are surrounded with material possessions and conveniences. We live in beautiful houses, drive fancy cars, have the latest televisions and computers at our fingertips, and yet many of us still struggle everyday with the long-term effects of growing up in dysfunctional families. Some of us have suffered for a lifetime with emotional issues like depression or anxiety or the long-term effects of child abuse.”  Ms Joys helps people overcome challenging emotional issues so that they can become who they were meant to be in the world. Ms Joys is a kind, compassionate, generous person who always sends love and light to anyone she works with. You can access Kari Joys’ books on  She can also be reached at @KariJoys on Twitter.

Next time, if you see someone in such low emotional state, help them. For we are child of the same God. The kindness and compassion you spread returns back to you also.

It is wisely said

“Happiness lies in the joy of achievement and the thrill of creative effort.”

~ Franklin Roosevelt

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Thank You for reading my blog.


Love and Light.


  1. Thanks for the joy train. I’ll give them a look and a see. I do agree with ur views. I dont know what I am, a spiritualist or clueless and lost. What I’ve always believed in is that if we deny our emotions, we also deny that which makes us human. I choose to embrace it. It’s a balance of sorts and all of us are learning it 🙂

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