What is the main thing which comes between us and our happiness? What is it, which stops us from living our life to its fullest?
A simple imaginative ever going comparison of What if…If only?
Human Beings have this imaginative perfect world in which everything is great ( that is why it is perfect…Duh!). Now, in the real world, they tend to compare everything & everybody with their imaginative perfect world. Nothing real, obviously, couldn’t reach anywhere close to their perfect world counterpart and even if it does, the rating scale again goes higher.
This is true for all of us. How many of us can deny that they don’t have their perfect world in which everything is according to them, no one is there to stop them. We could have a villa full of servants, a beautiful partner without any conditions or could be the ruler of this whole world. We also have perfect situations in which we win all the arguments and every time we open our mouth something witty or sharp comes out of it. No one can make a fool of us or disrespect us.
Even though we very well know that its a fake world but in our real world, there is always an unconscious comparison going on. For everything, our mind whispers, what if….if only? This stops us from accepting the reality or being grateful for what we have but actually makes us unhappy, complaining and a cribber.
There is a very thin line between, when we dream of something and it is achievable and we aim for it and those situations which are beyond us. In these situations if we bring out what if…if only, it is only going to flood our lives with regret. A very good way of judging whether you are crossing the boundary is checking with The Serenity Prayer. It’s the best tool to be as worldly spiritual as possible.
It’s simple, if you want to be happy and contented, stop looking for it. When you look for something, you always have set parameters, let go of your criteria.
You’ll find that happiness is right there, where you are!
“Happiness is making a bouquet of those flowers within reach.” – Unknown
- Relationship : What makes it work? (unwrappingminds.wordpress.com)
- Amy Chan: 5 Things To Give Up To Be Happy (huffingtonpost.com)
- Perfection is Overrated (couragetoadventurecoaching.wordpress.com)
- How To Be Happy (persephonemagazine.com)