No problem is a problem
“When you don’t come across any problem, you can be sure that you are traveling in a wrong train.” — Swami Vivekananda. What the Swami wanted to tell was: ‘No problem, no happiness’.india Updated: Mar 15, 2010 01:24 IST
“When you don’t come across any problem, you can be sure that you are traveling in a wrong train.” — Swami Vivekananda.
What the Swami wanted to tell was: ‘No problem, no happiness’.
Life is a journey of many ups and downs, and not always a bed of roses. Disasters and disappointments are inevitable parts of life, but it depends on us how to come out of these problems. It all depends on your attitude.
To lead a happy life is not a big or tedious task. Happiness is not something that comes to you, it is something you create.
It is not what happens to you that counts, it is how to react to what happens to you. By adopting a positive attitude, life becomes a rewarded adventure. The art of being happy lies in the power of extracting happiness from common things.
Live each moment of your life happily, and don’t worry about the past or future.
Always try to be a contended person with the things around you and your career, your looks and even your life partner.
Happiness is like a butterfly which when pursued is beyond your grasp, but if you sit down quietly, it may alight upon you.
Whatever our circumstances, it is within our reach to create a joyful life.
Recall Mother Teresa who used to say, “If we cannot love a person whom we see, how can we love God whom we don’t see.” The more positive you are, the better your life will be.
Positive emotions give you energy and negative emotions deplete your energy.
Firm determination, simplicity, humbleness, positive attitude and an endeavour to achieve targeted goals are the key factors of a happy life.
On the contrary, hatred, envy, negative attitude and ill feeling for others are the key factors that give you a miserable life.
Learn to enjoy the little things of life and see the difference.