Love trise is an approach to life that seeks happiness through unexpected snapshots of joy. This involves opening yourself up to new experiences, practicing mindfulness, self-awareness, and letting go of fear – these moments could range from career achievements and familial bonds, all the way down to hobby-inspired passion projects!
Unexpected moments of happiness
When someone you love looks at you with such deep trust that your entire world shifts, that moment marks when it is evident their impact will last a lifetime.
Luv trise is an idea which encourages openness to life’s surprises, moving beyond traditional forms of happiness such as fulfilling predefined goals and reaching specific milestones. Instead, this concept encourages finding joyous moments of contentment throughout all areas of life: be they career accomplishment, familial relationships or passion-fuelled hobbies.
Moments that leave lasting impressions can often pass quickly, yet we cherish and remember them fondly. From driving through a series of green lights or hearing your favourite song on the radio, 77 per cent say these seemingly minor pleasures bring them the greatest enjoyment; these experiences remind them why life is worth living for.
Luv.trise is a form of love that encourages an openness to life’s unexpected surprises and finding happiness in its unexpected snapshots of happiness throughout each day. As an alternative to traditional forms of happiness that depend on reaching predetermined goals or milestones, luv trise encourages people to be open-minded toward new experiences while letting go of fears and worries; the concept also strives to find moments of happiness within personal and familial relationships.
In 1979, Marga Scheide joined forces with two other singers – Jose Hoebee and Ria de Groot – to form a Luv’ trio that achieved moderate success with its single “Welcome to My Party”. Signing on with High Fashion Records/Dureco they released For You followed by compilation CD 25 Jaar Na Waldolala followed by box set Completely in Luv’. Besides appearances on various Dutch television shows the group participated in charity concerts such as Musikladen where they recorded single to raise money for Third World children.
Unexpected moments of love
Luv trise combines love and surprise, encouraging openness to new experiences while accepting unexpected moments as opportunities for joy. This mindset shifts away from traditional notions of happiness that often involve meeting specific predefined goals or milestones; rather it emphasizes finding joy through unexpected encounters in all aspects of life, including familial bonds.
Luv’ girls reunited for performances (including on Dutch television show Nederland Muziekland ). An anthology CD called Luv’ Gold was released, followed by Megamix ’93 as their last studio album released independently through Roman Disc label and sold exclusively at Kruidvat drug stores (receiving Conamus Export award in 1994). Only original member Marga Scheide remained within this band which disbanded in 1996.
Unexpected moments of connection
Instead of traditional happiness which entails meeting predefined goals or milestones, Luv trise centers around finding moments of contentment and connection through unexpected snapshots of life. This could range from discovering a career opportunity, taking an adventurous trip or engaging in passion-fueled hobbies; to unexpected relationships or familial bonds which provide pleasure. Unexpected moments of happiness and love are essential in maintaining overall well-being and happiness in our lives.