Light up, smile and do something that you love to do today or even now and you will find more pleasure in life. Let our worries begin again tomorrow. There is always a solution to everything. Let’s lead a balanced life; be alive to live and live to enjoy life.
I have been asked so many times by so many friends and family members why I have so much to write about (some even question me as to where I could find so much time to write). I really do not and could not answer them. Just like why I find pleasure in food. How does one explain it? I just love to eat.
I would reply by saying that when you find love in doing what you love, you will always find time to do it. You would find ways to have it and you would enjoy the time doing it; irrespective what the “thing” is. Am I right?
And writing is my love. So is eating, travelling, movies, spending time with loved ones and friends, music and songs and mah-jong! Fun! Fun is the word. Life is here to enjoy, so, let’s enjoy it. No matter how hard we work in the day, we should always sit back, relax and do something we enjoy at the end of the day. All work, and no play makes Jill a dull girl.
But it is not play. It is to allow joy to seep back into our lives a few hours every day. After all, we work so hard in the day to make a living; to pay off debts or bills and to put food in our mouth, shelter over our heads and clothes on ourselves just like every human being, so why not enjoy a few hours to pamper ourselves? What we worry and feel dissatisfied about cannot change overnight. Why don’t we choose to be a happy person and make time to enjoy life; everyday for a few hours, every other day or even once in a while?
Life is too short to cramp all the worries and fears of tomorrow in a day, every day. If we cannot change the world or another people, why don’t we change ourselves? Why let others make you the grumpy, unfriendly, always complaining, unhappy, a person with frowns, sad and sulky face or a depressed person?
Do you agree with me?
Quote of the Day:
The happiness of life is made up of minute fractions
—the little, soon-forgotten charities of a kiss or smile,
a kind look or heartfelt compliment.