Sunday, September 21, 2014

Happiness oh happiness! Part 2

You remember dear blog, I had once written that how amazing it would be to have a lot of happy people around. How fantastic would it be, to just feel happy, each day and every day of this life. I don't know when I had written that post, but I certainly know now, that happiness attracts happiness. It comes in various forms, shapes and meanings and all it expects in return is to be acknowledged and wanted for.
It is no great philosophy, that happy is one who is content, happy is one who is grateful and happy is one who opens up while happiness stands at the door and knocks. 

AD and I had gone for a small vacation to Goa, while we were busy doing nothing but being with each other. My attention was drawn towards a few couples, who were caught in their own silent web. They looked perfectly fine, in good health and financially secure but they weren't happy, for some reason. I wondered, why that would be. Why happiness eluded them, why they were too in Goa holidaying like other happy people. There was something amiss, they were certainly on a vacation, their little girls, circled around them and wanted to take a dip in the pool, but the lady and the gentleman were in no mood. Their behavior towards each other, was far from normal.

I know some other people too, who are perfectly fine but a large part of their day goes in cursing and being unhappy about their workplace. They feel that they are badly treated, not given their due and are overworked. I get slightly worried for their mental health and being. You know, if there is so much of negativity about a place where you spend 10 hours a day, it is certainly affecting you somewhere.

I don't have a solution dear blog, neither do I intend to preach about what should possibly be done but I know for a fact, that it is a choice to be happy. It is a state of mind, which tells you that you are doing great. You have a healthy body, an agile mind, a steady source of income and someone who cares for you. And that in my view is more than enough. 


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