Do you believe me? You need to keep on reading than.
While modern society tells you to chase money, fame, career and status that is rarely the way leading to happiness. It’s superficial, meaning it covers the true and real joy of life.
“Sharing is caring”you might heard before. And also by sharing what you have, you “buy” happiness. But there isn’t any transaction for that trade. You don’t get any receipt. In fact, being outcome dependent when sharing something will corrupt the appreciation from the receiving end. It is meant to be unselfishly.
Happiness multiplies when it’s shared.
When you have nothing to eat, but a snickers, are you willing to share it with a person in need? I guarantee you that by giving him half, just half of that snickers, you will get satisfaction. That joy will feed you, like you are all of it by yourself. Simple right.
But what often stands by our way is that we are in a hurry. All the time chasing some tasks, dribbling balls into our court. That add a lot of pressure and sometimes it is unnecessary. Yeah we will now that, you would say. What is the solution than. Cultivate patience, a lot of patience. It is rarely enough. Patience for ourselves and patience for others. And don’t mistake patience for procrastination. Procrastination is when you constantly slack off. It is when you try to avoid action. Where patience is when you still act, but with slower tempo. A simple question to convince yourself to slowdown is: “What would it happen if I get this thing one week later?” Mostly likely you aren’t going to lose that much as you first thought, if anything.
Those are just a few thoughts on the subject. I will surly delve in deep in this topic later.
Ps: Do you like reggae music?