Last week I saw a very interesting vídeo, a kind of motivational vídeo about a young called Sam Berns. (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=36m1o-tM05g)
He suffered from Progeria, a rare disease.
Despite all limitations and suffering, he states that the most important thing the people shuld know about him is that he has a happy life... Interesting, isn’t?
Sam says there are three outlooks he follows to live a happier and more fulfilling life.
Firstly: “Be ok with what you ultimately can’t do because there is so much that you can do...”
Secondly: “Surround yourself with people you want to be around. Appreciate you family, your friends, and you mentors, as they all can have a very significant impact on your life...”
And finally, “Stay in a forward thinking state of mind.”
I’ve been thinking a lot about this matter...in fact, I think all of us should discovery what really make us feel alive, and happy...
How about you, my friends’s EC? What's your own philosophy for a happy life?
P.S. I’m sorry any mistake in spelling!
"im happy when i see u happy"
Hii Nan, What does make you happy? That is really intersting question, which required to think everyone before give their own answer. In my case, I try to make different choices, take various risks and create a little change to live in my life everyday. If I will see myself with a tiny differences today than other my days, indeed these make me happy.
Wine? I thought people drink much harder drinks in the situations like that :D
Seein' my supervisor fall down and crack her dumb skull.
I don't have lots to say as Snow White's comment and your answer fit well to what I wanted to say.
Indeed, the true happiness is from the inside.
Btw, 'discovery' is a noun, and the verb form is 'discover'.
Thank you for sharing your great topic. :)
Nice words that you have expressed ,obviously family and friends take an important role in our life but many other things that make us happy....for me whenever I help others in any respect it really really make me happy and my soul as well.
Thank you for your comment... I really appreciated it!