Happiness is within you

Our lives are full of problems. I view life as a small lump of sugar with hundreds of tiny ants. The lump is a life and ants are the life problems. This very scenario can give you a headache. But you have to understand that it is LIFE. It is not a HEAVEN. When they say that life is not a bed of roses, they are right. Absolutely right.

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You know, you can live your life the way you want regardless of your situation because happiness is within you. You only have to prod your inner positivity and find out. I know it is not easy. When you are jammed up with problems, you can think of everything except happiness. But you can either remain stuck in that situation or find a way to get past it.

Sometimes there is a period in our lives when nothing seems right, when there is no possible solution to our problems. But you don’t have to solve every problem, you just have to get past it happily and without complaining. I used to be an ungrateful brat who complained a lot. Then I took part in some therapy sessions to cure my depression. All therapies taught me to  be grateful even in the midst of a storm. I never understood the meaning of it until I stopped complaining. Believe me my whole life changed. It was  basically my attitude that changed and everything, all of a sudden started looking all right. Crazy isn’t it?  There is nothing seriously wrong with life, it is our perspective that shapes how we perceive it.

So folks, stop complaining, be grateful for what God has given you, you will notice a dramatic change in your everyday life. In every sorrow there is a hidden happiness.  Khalil Gibran rightly said:

“Some of you say, “Joy is greater than sorrow,” and others say, “Nay, sorrow is the greater.”

But I say unto you, they are inseparable”.

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1 Comment (+add yours?)

  1. sahithinallapareddy
    Jan 05, 2015 @ 16:20:36

    Indeed they are inseperable . You got it. Thanks for sharing.

    Liked by 1 person

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