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The PHILOSOPHY of Living A Happy Life


By Junaid Tahir
While everyone is in pursuit of happiness, yet very few people understand that Happiness is already all around us. Its only matter of training our brain through simple skills to feel the Happiness.
Below PHILOSOPHY is presented for Easy-to-Understand and Easy-to-Practice in order to acquire immense Happiness, peace of mind and tranquility. While it take a little time to practice the below recommendations but trust me once your body, mind and soul are trained enough to live by these rules, nobody on earth will be able to stop the showers of ultimate happiness.  

Philosophy Of Living A Happy Life
P
Present Moment
Live in Present moment. Past steals your peace of mind. Don’t worry too much about future, the best is yet to come. Enjoy whatever positive is happening around you.
H
Health
Health is TOP Priority. 30 minutes daily exercise and healthy diet should never be compromised. Healthy body ensure healthy heart and mind. One day you will regret for not giving attention to your body.
I
Ignite the Happiness
Ignite happiness in others. The level of contentment and satisfaction achieved through making others happy by resolving someone's problem is priceless. Make difference even if you have $1 to spend and generate ripples of happiness.
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Love Unconditionally
Love unconditionally. Love people and use things, not vice versa. Expect nothing in return and you will never be disappointed. Stay honest with your loved ones. One of the greatest advantages of telling the truth is that you don’t have to remember what you said. Develop Trust through politeness, straight forwardness, honesty, care and consistent behavior.
O
Open to Learning
Open to Learning is vital for your success and happiness. Learning gives you exposure to see things from different perspective. Learn through observation, reading, trainings and spending time with wise people.
S
Self-Audit
Your today should be better than yesterday else you are in loss. Mistakes are valuable as long as you learn from them. Weekly Self Audit for all domains of life such as Religious, financial, educational, familial, emotional, professional, social and physical must be done for continuous improvement. People who write their goal are 60% more likely to achieve so write down current issues and your goals in each of the domains mentioned above.
O
Optimism
Optimistic people live less-stressful life. Find out positive in every problem you face. For weak people, problems create more problems, for better people problems are challenges to handle, for optimists and courageous people, problems are opportunities to grow. So be an optimist and solution-oriented person.
P
Don’t delay things. Now is the moment to act. No procrastination. Become "Professor Now" instead of "Mr. Later". Delaying things will keep piling up clutter in your brain adding stress to your life.
H
High Gratitude
People having high sense of gratitude are the most happy people. There are billions of people poorer than you. There are hundreds of complicated diseases which you don’t have. Be thankful for each of your organ. When your head is on the pillow and the day is almost done, Count God's blessings, count them one by one. Family blessings, economical, physical, mental, educational, professional and so on.
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Yes to Change
Be adaptable to new situations. Elastic people are welcomed in the society and stubborn people develop more stress and produce more complications. Respect the opinion of others and be open to accept the Change. Remember, no one is in-charge of your happiness except you so adjust yourself to ever changing situations in life. Convince people with logic or get convinced. There is no point of keeping brawls for longer duration, impacting your brain, body and emotions.


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About Author:
Junaid Tahir, a Telecom Engineer,  a Program Manager and a Blogger, writes articles on wisdom, happiness and stress management at his personal blog. His personal Google Group can be joined here. He is reachable at mjunaidtahir@gmail.com for all kinds of constructive feedback.

2 comments

Excellent! We have to choose to be happy....
so true!!!!

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Kaukab Siddique mod

Very thoughtful!

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