The ‘Happy Colorful Growth’ Way

Welcome to the ‘Happy Colorful Growth‘ way of life: Thinking and writing for happiness, colorful painting, and personal growth for all.

VISION

To enable personal growth and to satisfy people at the heart level, so peace will ensue.

MISSION

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See it and become aware, independently and universally. There is always more possible than current limiting thoughts. Ignorance is the root of all evil.

Posts / Thinker: “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever.” – Mahatma Gandhi

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Believe it and develop real life spirituality, humanization of the economy, community, and environmental sustainability.

Paintings / Artist: I believe the creative process is a key to physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being.

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Act on it and provide inspiration, cooperation, and education.

Change & growth / Leader, Educator, Coach: Unique backgrounds lead to innovation. Dream and realize big. Invest in what is in you.

34 Responses to The ‘Happy Colorful Growth’ Way

  1. Bernadette says:

    You have a fascinating blog. I am looking forward to reading more.

  2. dilipnaidu says:

    Interesting posts and educative too. 🙂

  3. Hi Mathias, your WordPress website is beautiful as well as your Facebook site. Your philosophical message is sublime! Thank you for following me on my Facebook Create Page, “The Writer’s Loft” and WordPress too. I am so glad you also like my message of goodness, love, and joy. Karen

    • mathias sager says:

      Hi, Karen. It is my pleasure! You are so diverse, have seen different cultures, and indeed, what better than being connected to love spreading personalities. All the best! Mathias

      • Mathias, thank you so much for the lovely comment and yes, traveling and living abroad is a wonderful experience and I am sure you have found it changes perspectives and philosophies greatly. Karen 🙂

      • mathias sager says:

        Indeed, Karen. Fundamentally!:-) Thank you!

  4. M. L. Kappa says:

    Hi Mathias, and thanks for the follow. Looking forwards to exploring your blog too 🌺

  5. How fun to run across a blog like this! We love colorful and happy, so this is a great idea! Thanks for following our travel blog, Oh, the Places We See. It’s great to have you on board for our happy, colorful experiences!

    • mathias sager says:

      Great! I agree, a happy colorful growth mindset is useful for many different kinds of experiences!:-) Nice to be connected!

  6. Ipuna Black says:

    I love the concept of the Happy Colorful Growth Way. I’m on board!

  7. rommel says:

    I read as a balance between taking care of responsibilities and not being so tight about it.

    • mathias sager says:

      Hi. Thanks and good point. I read to overcome distances to accountabilities, whether comfortable or not.

  8. thiaBasilia says:

    Glad you are following. Glad I am following. What do you think of the future United Kindred Spirits Organization to prepare by the power of love from on high? Much love, thiaB. 🙂

    • mathias sager says:

      Thanks, likewise. Always happy to discuss. I am convinced that spiritual advancement is key to humanity and I try to appreciate any efforts to facilitate that, e.g., by providing inspiration, knowledge, etc.. To be clear, I mean spirituality, not religion. Organizations tend to assume power to a certain individual or God, by separating against other institutions. If an organization is based on competition (having to conquer others), or fear and promises (talking about punishment and perishment and salvation from it, e.g., through payments), then I am maybe over-sceptical. Otherwise, what better than together promote well-being for all! Philosophical reasoning and psychological toughness help us to help ourselves in a connected universe. It was a good place where we came from (or does anybody have bad memories of it?:-), so it will be fine to return there as well:-). Thanks and all the best

      • thiaBasilia says:

        Excellent description of my own scepticism. Even so, despite it all, I have to obey the leading of the Father/Creator of our beings. His Spirit leads me. For the last ten years His Spirit has led me to do things totally against my own judgement. I argue, if I do that I am going to get killed. He answers, Are you willing to obey me regardless your cost? I obey. I come back. I been kicked, punched, spit on my face. I say, You see? He says, “Your obedience is a delight to My Being. My delight in your obedience is your strength.”
        No more arguing. I obey. Now? United Kindred Spirits Organization? Oh no! I’ll be thrown in with the rest! But, over and over I am told, “Write & publish & optimize what I give you. I will do the rest.”
        So, O dear Mathias, I go on. In fear of HIm alone, I go on. My reward? Little by little He is revealing to me His progress. Progress in restoring us. Progress in uniting us. Progress in preparing us for the inevitable future to engulf the globe.
        Unite out of fear or expectation for reward? NAY! Unite by the power of HIS LOVE–a totally different matter than fear or reward as we know such to be.
        Dear Mathias, I have experienced His ways to be so much higher than ours. And the more such experience the greater is the freedom from my own ways and concepts about life and everything!
        I know because He says so, this time He will prevail in gaining the submission of our beings to Him. I rejoice!
        Your time to share your heart with me? Wow! Thanks! Much love, thiaB. 🙂

      • mathias sager says:

        You’re welcome and thank you too, thiaB. All the best!

  9. Poignant. Very well done peace as well.
    Looking forward to seeing more!
    Have a great and successful day,
    Dawn

  10. You make a positivist and educated first impression. I went to Twitter and gave you some likes, too.

    Your page is load-intense while my connection is throttled by ISP, so I sadly can’t read the article on “Net Neutrality” right now.

    My best wishes!

    • mathias sager says:

      Hi, Andre Michael. Thanks a lot for your support! I think my site shouldn’t be that heavy to load. It would be a good sign if I made it on the black list of the Telecom/Internet carriers though:-)
      I was more lucky with your site. Maybe it is your disclaimer that is favoring un-threatened access:-). But seriously, I like your declaration of intent not to make false promises, while (in my view) opening the possibility for offering content that is going beyond the conventional. Happy, colorful publishing, and all the best!

      • The ‘beyond the conventional’ is easy, when my entire life takes place there… 😉 Just remember that some victims of crime, some urban homeless, or even charity helpers are without my humor…

      • mathias sager says:

        Hi. Thanks for pointing to that as I agree that this is something to keep in mind from either side. As the entire background of online publishers/bloggers isn’t easy to grasp with reasonable effort mostly, there is also publishers’ responsibility to point visitors to such relevant information they want to have considered. My comment, in any case, wasn’t meant humorously. I rather tried to make a compliment for personally showing up and expressing authenticity, regardless of the circumstances I wasn’t aware of (except having noticed the title’s “landing & starting”). All the best

      • I appreciated your time, and I really wish you well.

  11. Wow, Mathias. This blog is just spilling with color. The very image you create with your perspectives is so colorful that it just fills the page. Inspired.
    Creativity has been a great part of my life. Glad to meet someone like you. And thank you so much for checking out and following my blog. God bless you indeed.

    • mathias sager says:

      Hi, Stefan. Thank you very much, and also ‘wow!’ You got already very far at your young age as you got the questions. I am sure you’ll answer many of them for your and others’ benefit. Keep on creating and developing further the fourth dimension (or find the 5th one) to inspire (and help humanity) even more! All the best!

  12. Thank you so much. Yes, let’s hope to make this world a better place with colours and words.

  13. Rick Amitin says:

    Hey Mathias, Thanks for following my blog. I’m curious how you found me and why you chose to connect with me. After a quick look at your blog I find we share some common interests. It’s really nice to meet you.

    • mathias sager says:

      Hi, Rick. You can be found through tags that I’m searching for, such as “Personal Growth.” I have the ambition to make a positive impact, and I hope posts from your blog too will add to inspiration on that journey here on WP. All the best!

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