We all want to be happy and not hurt. This is universal, including even animals. Yet we forget this simple yet profoundly true attitude that binds us all as living beings. Every time we meet a new person, think, “just like me she / he just wants to be happy and not in pain.” Automatically we feel closer to the other person. With time the number of our friends grows exponentially. Regardless of our preconceived ideas, everyone we meet feels close. We smile more and feel happier. The more we smile and feel happier, so does the other person. No longer are we afraid or anxious when meeting others. Rather it becomes a treat. They also become more relaxed and at ease.
Living a life of humility, simplicity, and helping others is meaningful. It brings joy along with deeper satisfaction and contentment. These qualities are often lacking in today’s environment. Being humble counters the tendency not only […]
Patience is golden. It gives us pause rather than kneejerk reaction. It allows us to take a deep breath, and consider the consequences of getting angry — making us unhappy, bringing future problems, not to […]