If you really think about it…this seems logical right?
Like it cannot be that you are very unhappy and then suddenly you become successful and you boom! Now you’ll be happy for the rest of your life.
Of course you will get a large happiness boost. But after some time you will get used to your changed lifestyle and things won’t excite you that much.
You will be back to your normal self.
But those who are happy most of the time are more likely to be successful!
Coz of course you want to pursue things when you are happy, you have a optimistic outlook that everything will work out, you don’t give up in face of adversity.
These qualities really seem to help you become successful.
When you are happy, those positive emotions don’t just stick with you, you spread positive vibes wherever you go.
I have noticed this for myself that when I am feeling good and cheerful I want to help others, compliment others, just share happiness with everyone I come across.
On the contrary when I’m feeling low, I just want everyone to leave me alone for a while. I have less energy and enthusiasm. If I’m sad because of some problem all my attention is focused on solving that problem and I don’t pay much attention to others around me.
Who else feels the same?
Stop and smell the roses 🌹
Yep! They are right. Happiness is in little things.
When we think about what makes us happy, mostly we come up with answers like – talking to my bf after a long day, having chai with bestie, long drives with family, making fun DIYs with sister, baarish aur chai…..💓💕
Soooo… The point is that these things are something we will remember and cherish forever.
We may not remember the time we brought fancy car, but we remember the time when we went on long drive with friends.
Don’t get me wrong, material things are also important and financial security is the first priority.
But when it comes to happiness, memories with people count more than material happiness.
“Happiness consists more in conveniences of pleasure that occur everyday than in great pieces of good fortune that happen but seldom.”
– Benjamin Franklin