I have to say, I love this postcard from science-fiction legend Ray Bradbury so much, it makes me choke up every time I look at it. I'd love to have it as a giant poster hanging on my office wall.
Because so much of what I've learned about happiness, habits, human nature, everything, comes down to that same point: acknowledge who I am.
The strategy that works for someone else may be the opposite of what works for me. I'm an Abstainer; others are Moderators. I'm a morning person; others are night people. I'm an Upholder, but very few people are Upholders.
Have you ever loved something that other people thought was dumb, shallow, a waste of time? Were you tempted to renounce or ignore it?