The secrete of happiness is simply freedom; i am very much convinced that our happiness or unhappiness depends on how we treat and understand life. We owe nobody the right to our happiness, when we open the window for happiness, it only crawls in like a thief but when we open the doors for happiness it flies in like a right we truly deserve.
We determine how long and how short we wish to be happy; it is our ultimate duty to keep our body and mind exciting all the time no matter what circumstances we found ourselves in. When we believe what we want for ourselves then we can achieve happiness all the time. Happiness is an attitude, we either make ourselves miserable, or strong the amount of work is the same. We should always remember that there can be no happiness in our life if what we believe is different from what we do, even the hardest man on earth still has what he feel for and no matter how is a prisoner of his own passion when not expressed.
Imagine when someone gives you “PUNISHMENT” and because what you do best gives you joy, unbeatable you changed it to “FUNISHMENT” taking out “PUN” to replace with “FUN” imagine!
Happiness depend on what you wish and not who you are, we do not need to depend on the closed doors of our past otherwise we shall end up not seeing the one which has been opened for us.
Blaming ourselves can destroy our happiness and when let go we fly like a bird that is creating freedom for us. Why ask punish yourself compelling how best your neighbour is and how bad you are? Dwelling on that can restrain your strength of happiness; you can easily find people who are ten times as rich at sixty as they were at twenty; but not one of them will tell you that they are ten times happy today.
Bear in Mind
Exercise creates room for happiness and also helps you to forget worries
Putting a smile on your face daily strengthens your muscles
You give happiness to get back
Appreciate every success you made
Let fear be a counsellor and not a jailer (Anthony Robbins)
Let happiness be the seed of your soul
Happiness is not something you postpone for the future; it is something you design for the present (Jim Rohn)
Why not learn to enjoy the little things— there are so many of them.