It Is Happiness that Matters In The End
We see people around us running to chase their goals. These goals are different for different people. A person is busily hoarding money while the other is focused on knowledge. Art is the passion of some while science and technology fascinate many.
As living, breathing human beings we learn and work primarily for food and shelter. Creativity unleashes the inner desire for beauty. Evolution of humans is escalated by this creativity and we cannot ignore its importance. We all have some passion to lead life enthusiastically. If not, life would have been monotonous. The wonderful life we are blessed with loses its worth without a passion. Work-Eat-Sleep, the routine is the same for all of us. Why is it that some people wake-up fresh and fulfil their duties happily. Many others find it difficult to do their routine job properly.
Define your happiness
Our lives depend on how we define happiness. It is human to seek things that are beyond reach. In the process, we fail to recognise the awesomeness of things we possess. And here lies the irony of life. You gather things and lose the affinity towards them, only to begin a new struggle to acquire more. Your life is moving around the things you consider important and so is your happiness. To some extent, I believe, we can define our happiness by making the right choices in life.
Everything is done for happiness
Once you define your goal, it’s not optional to work towards its realisation; if you are the seeker of happiness. Making balanced goals and giving them the best of you can assure a joyful living.
Happiness is in the possession of those who define their passion perfectly and manage focus to achieve their goals.
Be Happy, Let Others Be Happy
Believe me or not, happiness is contagious. Staying happy not only boosts your mood but increases the ability to work/play to a great extent. You pass this happiness to the people around you. They have related research also if you are like me to rely on figures!
“An unhappy connection increases the chances of being unhappy by about 7 percent on average, while a happy connection increases the chances of being happy by about 9 percent.”