“Most people will find it very hard to believe, but there is nothing, ever, worth being unhappy about.
Because no matter what happens, it will add to you, you and everyone else still live forever, you’ll be together again, and our love will remain tabloid fodder in realms far, far away.
The Universe”©Mike Dooley, http://tut.com
The mechanics of happiness are pretty simple. You live a life today and take advantage of every single moment you have on earth. Now, many seems to not understand the principle of mindfulness and focuses too much on waiting for something to happen to become happy. Some may be waiting for a better job, or finding a perfect mate or whatever else and until they reach their goals, happiness will stay on hold. Now, I do not want to be the bearer of bad news but if all of what you wish for do not happen, will you jeopardize your happiness as well? If you have to lose something throughout your journey, make sure happiness isn’t going to take the hit. Maybe the ideal job won’t come along or possibly finding your perfect match won’t happen either, but why should your happiness disappear?
When you are happy, you are more prone to going after your dreams and your attitude about life changes as well. What does that mean? Well, you no longer put anything on hold when it comes to reaching your goals. You will be and stay happy no matter the outcome. You allow yourself to live for today and not for tomorrow. You reboot your mind to focus on what is important (your spiritual being) and let go of what society think brings happiness (material assets). Stop comparing yourself with the wealthy and why are they so lucky and you aren’t? You do not know their state of mind or they mental stability. I know many of them are so miserable in their 20 000 Sq.ft homes with their exotic car collection never driven because of their fear of being scratch. They put more love for what they possess vs what they should care about. Material goods have no feelings, nor care about anything. We put more love into them that they put into us. Let go of that imprisonment we call material success. It means absolutely nothing.
Dr. Dan Amzallag, PhD