The Art of Being Happy
“We all live with the objective of being happy; our lives are all different and yet the same.”-Anne Frank
Happiness is what we all desire to have. Everything we do is for the main reason of finding happiness. Some people spends millions of money just to bring happiness in their heart, and some even travel around the world in search of happiness, but we don't have to search for it, it's just around the corner. Happiness is just a state of mind, if we only set our mind into happiness , then we will be happy. James Openheim said, “The foolish man seeks happiness in the distance, the wise grows it under his feet.”
We can be happy in such a simplest way we can, it's as easy as the mathematical equation
1+1 = 2, and as effortless as in singing the Happy Birthday Song. Bringing happiness in ourselves does not require a high intelligence quotient and a highway of patience, it only requires contentment. Frederick Keonig said, “People tend to forget that happiness does not come as a result of of getting something we don't have, but rather of recognizing and appreciating what we do have.”Be contented on what you have now, enjoy everything you possess, stop being ambitious, stop aiming for something that you can never get, because if you do, then you'll never have happiness. We may not inherit a lot of money, we may not have a dashing car,a mansion, a latest cellphone, and all other luxuries in the world but we can still be happy. We may not be famous and powerful and yet we can be happy. We have a million ways on how to be happy for an hour, a day, a year, or a lifetime. We also have a billion reasons on why we should happy. Those people who always complain about what they do not have are not easy to please, they are never contented, hence they are never happy. They forget to cherish what is in front of their eyes, what's in their pockets, what they possessed, and what is...
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