Whether by means of having a good relationship with someone, through some sort of material achievement, religious rituals or a spiritual path, everyone is seeking everlasting freedom and happiness one way or another. Some have the belief that everlasting freedom and happiness can only be achieved if one has great wealth and some others believes one can have it only if they renounce life and achieve some sort of enlightenment. You too probably have wondered at one time or another…
Are you truly having happiness in your life? If you are given a chance to change something, is there anything you would want to change?
Someone asked me again today for a life advice on why we people are unhappy with their life. I have written ‘The Key To True Happiness‘ and ‘Happiness Is A Momentary Balance‘ about it. Anyway, it is true there are so many among us who are unhappy in life. If asked, why they are unhappy?
Happiness is a momentary balance. When everything in our life is going smoothly and is well balanced we have happiness. When we are faced with conflicts and challenges, we are unhappy. We cannot find permanent happiness in this world because of the dual nature of this world. Happiness and sadness must co-exist. Sometimes we are happy, sometimes we are not. Life is a cycle. It is an ongoing process.