Yes a little cliches, but I wanted to say a couple words about happiness.
I saw a book name The Happiness Project yesterday at the store, and gladly, after only reading one chapter, my heart is a little shaken. I’ve been thinking about happiness a lot recently, but it’s the book that opened up a new dimension of happiness to me.
Assumingly, we’re always seeking happiness. But in truth, if a person’s level of happiness may well be determined by a person’s personality, say optimistic, then a person might just happen to be happier than a person who’s pessimistic. For a less optimistic person, what’s the point of seeking happiness? In the book, the author gave interesting research results of happiness research, which included one that indicated the level of happiness perceived is 30% dependent on a person’s ATTITUDE. To get happier, you may have a better chance, and a better result by modifying your own attitude.
So that comes to changing your attitude, something less material, as compared to let’s say go to India and the temples to find your true self from a Buddhist master. But there’s an upside to changing your attitude within what you have: you’re not rejecting your daily obligations, you’re not rejecting your life, you’re not trying to ESCAPE.
Then I try to look at my own life, my own happiness, for which I am, and solely am responsible for.
Conclusion? Privileges. Love. Achievements. Travel. Sunshine. Bright future.
Ohhh boi I’m feel guilty to want to SEEK more happiness and not live my life up a little more.
Lastly, a little smile over the internet, =), for any who read this. It’s the curve that sets everything right!