You must Sign In to post a response.
  • Category: Miscellaneous

    Need to own everything to make life happier?

    Anything in excess will be unhealthy. There is a big difference in purpose and action between earning to live and living to earn. Does the happiness index of life rise as the number of savings increases? All collections that are not usable or productive will be liable. As liability increases, so does weakness. The quality of life is decided by the line of control drawn between the need and the unwanted.

    A closer look at someone reveals their nature and motives. Most people want to be around those who fulfill their desires and ensure a life of ease.
  • #736375
    In other words we shoud take everything into our stride. Whether good or bad, we have treat the happenings with same degree of reciprocation. Normally we share the boredom, burden, challenges and bad period with others which is of no help as they would feel very happy from inside. And we never share the happy moments of life, happy happenings, with the fear that that would be a demerit to us. Even in the bad period of life we must feel happy that we have been bothered with less challenges than others of same genre. One thing is sure, how to be happy depends on one own hands.
    K Mohan @ Moga
    'Idhuvum Kadandhu Pogum "
    Even this challenging situation would ease

  • #736376
    We never should get into control of something. We should have control over the issues. We should know where to start and where to stop. Otherwise, our efforts will be in vain and we will never enjoy our life,
    My uncle ( Father's brother) is an example of this. He was a school teacher. He worked lie a machine for 17 to 18 hours a day. His day used to start at 5 AM and close at 11 PM. He never enjoyed his life in his pursuit of earning money. He used to take tuitions to students in the house from Morning 6 AM and then used to go to school. After school go around and meet people for getting LIC policies and in the night from 7 PM to 10 PM tuitions again. On the holiday completely on tours for LIC policies. The whole life he spent like this. He could earn good money and give the same to his children. After retirement, he joined a private college and continued all activities. He suffered a lot with BP and Sugar. But never preferred to take a rest. A day before his death also he was on his moped for collecting premium amounts. All of a sudden his BP increased and collapse in just a few hours. He died in his 62nd year. He lived for earning but not earned for his living.

    drrao
    always confident

  • #736380
    Nobody can own everything and it is futile to try to be happier than somebody. If somebody wishes she/he can be happy always. Purchasing properties and gadgets are for our comforts but that has got to do nothing with happiness. One can purchase a car for a comfortable and trouble-free journey but that doesn't imply that the person will be happier than the one who is using public transport to commute. Happiness is a state of the mind of an individual and the more this state of mind remains dependant on external conditions the more can be problems. Because, when the conditions are not present or not met the person will become unhappy. If we try not to set any condition for happiness we can be happy.
    Sankalan

    "Life is easier when you enjoy what you do"


  • Sign In to post your comments