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Easiest way to be happy ?

Learn to laugh at your sorrows.

LEARN TO LAUGH FOR A MINUTE FOR EACH OF YOUR SORROWS/REGRETS/GRIEVANCES , EVERYDAY. THINK OF YOUR PAIN AS A 3RD PERSON & REALLY LAUGH . YOU WILL START FEEING BETTER FROM DAY ONE.

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Whenever 1 human hurts you, you should pledge your belief in 10 other humans !

Whenever 10 humans deceive you, you should pledge your belief in 100 other humans !

Because, its humans that you have, in this life of yours. If someone did hurt you, there is always someone else who will sooth you. Loosing faith in humans because of an event, an experience is the biggest stupidity.

​When you need mental strength to carry on forgetting all set backs, criticism, scoffs and depression – LOOK AT THE KIDS AND LEARN FROM THEIR RESILIENCE. Children are upset at times, but they forget, find interest in something else and carry on. Seldom will you find a child destroyed by sorrow, but we adults are. Because adults stick on an unfortunate event and forget to move on.

When depressed THINK OF SUNSHINE. Think of the sun dazzling when you stare at it. This will feel your mind with positivity and cheerfulness. Their is nothing as affirmative, as positive, as THE SUN.

SO, LEARN FROM KIDS , THINK OF THE SUN – AND LIVE YOUR LIFE TO THE FULLEST !!

First a story for you.

* Two travelling monks reached a town where there was a young woman waiting to step out of her sedan chair. The
rains had made deep puddles and she couldn’t step
across without spoiling her silken robes. She stood there,
looking very cross and impatient. She was scolding her
attendants. They had nowhere to place the packages they
held for her, so they couldn’t help her across the puddle.
The younger monk noticed the woman, said nothing, and
walked by. The older monk quickly picked her up and put
her on his back, transported her across the water, and
put her down on the other side. She didn’t thank the older
monk; she just shoved him out of the way and departed.
As they continued on their way, the young monk was
brooding and preoccupied. After several hours, unable to
hold his silence, he spoke out. “That woman back there
was very selfish and rude, but you picked her up on your
back and carried her! Then, she didn’t even thank you!”

“I set the woman down hours ago,” the older monk
replied. “Why are you still carrying her?”  *

There is an actual cost to holding onto things we should
let go of. It can come in the form of anger, frustration,
resentment or something even worse. The question is,
can you really afford to keep paying the bill?
The faster we learn to drop our emotional dead weight,
the more room we create for something better. I’m
talking about everything from stewing about the guy
who cut you off in traffic this morning to still refusing
to forgive an old friend for an event 20 years ago.
We have only so much bandwidth. We have only so
much time. We only have so much energy. Do we really
want to invest any of our precious resources – financial
or otherwise – into something that will return nothing
but misery ?

YOU DON’T GET TO CHOOSE THOSE WHOME YOU WILL LOVE IN LIFE.
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IF ONLY WE HAD A DELETE BUTTON IN OUR MINDS !  CREATOR’S NEGLIGENCE OR CREATOR  WANTS US THIS WAY ?