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A Not-So-Mysterious Secret of Happiness
If we agree that our life here is a short finite journey to what really is to come, then the simple art of living should be a blessing and just the ritual of breathing should be enjoyed as one holy experience. If we don’t, then allow me to explain how I perceive it all from my own eyes.
Since ancient civilizations, the secret of a happy life is nothing new to humanity, it may not be rocket science yet some people choose to spend their lives unfulfilled and worried about senseless worldly matters. They seem to forget that we are here for a hundred years at most and then we’re making a final exodus to what there is. Is it a question of faith? Lack of vision? Self-centered selfishness? I’m sure no one thinks they’re immortal but I sometimes wonder if their reason for living become solely making money, spending it and stacking it, and then leave it as inheritance for their children to keep them financially secured. How about emotionally secured? Or spiritually secured? How do we achieve that? And can all beings really coexist peacefully?
The Art of Living
I believe that leaving positivity to this world and making our existence matter is the answer to the fundamental question about the purpose of life. By encountering new things every day, one forgets about his ego and keeps growing. This results in a life full of amazing childlike fascinations that could never be compared to any materialistic gains – a sort of an inner richness. Be it a new tip, learning to draw, breaking a limit you have set for yourself, planting a tree, a new walk to explore, making someone’s day, or even as little as doing something you were always afraid of. It really is rejuvenating to renew from oneself and keep bettering it by adding knowledge and experience. When we keep nurturing our inner genius child, we synchronize with the ever-expanding universe, and yet by doing so, the more we grow appears to be the more the child we still are. Waking up in the morning, smiling to the world and embracing what it has to offer is the simplest way to shape our own world. We become high on life as true and authentic happiness is an internal state of mind that depends on who we are and not what we have.
A free human soul is capable of so many great things once it acknowledges its destined potential. Someone once said that life is like a roller coaster, it has its ups and downs but it’s our choice to scream or enjoy the ride. I’m not trying to reflect a fairyland unrealistic view here, and I know that life throws at us unexpected slippery slopes as I also know of the contagious defeatists living amongst us who are too good in just being themselves. But, I totally believe that the obstacles we face are essential for our internal growth and we do need their existence in our lives to be able to feel capable and free by overcoming them. Choosing to deal with problems constantly allows our self-esteem and self-confidence to develop as we keep striving throughout our existence. We end up stronger, wiser and with some experience to pass on, and all this shape the person we are. Shielded and reminded by some scars, making mistakes becomes a positive happening and always a new chance to learn. I see it as an essential part of the growing process that leads us to a fair assessment of our own self-worth.
The wind of change will always blow around us and instead of whining and complaining, we should change what we can, accept what we can’t, and deal with it as a natural and much-needed opportunity to evolve. The species that have survived throughout history were not the strongest or the most intelligent but were the ones that were most adaptable to change.