One of the greatest spiritual state that one can desire to achieve is, without a doubt- happiness.
Apparently, this feeling that is so hard to define, to explain, comes with an aura of preciosity that only the chosen ones can touch it.. That's because to be truly happy incorporates all the best: love, health, intercommunion, prosperity, fulfillment . This means having desires that can come true and being able to continue to be happy.
Most of the times, happiness comes into our lives too little and too short. Like a bursting fire whose power lights up everyone around it, like an explosion of benefic enthusiasm ,which dissipates itself as miraculously as it appears.
Maybe that's why we cherish it so much. What can we do to attract more often happiness into our lives? What mystery do the favoured behold, the ones we come across always smiling, with serene looks, bit mysterious?
It is said that the wonder ingredient for having a blessed life is passion.
Whenever we do things that we enjoy, when we love or when we see our dreams come true, we wish ourselves to be better than how we are right now, and we succeed in it.
We emanate good energy, strength and welfare, making people around us more happy.
It already seems to be easier- discovering what really interests you and focus all your energy to live for and through your passions, to love yourself that much so that you can allow yourself to fall in love as many times as you can, to cherish your time, your faculties, your friends...
Advocacy for passion? Yes!
because passion is the best antidote against stress, the royal road to happiness, the highest motivation to live.
Remember that movie? About a magical boy named Peter Pan who takes three children in England to Never Never Land, in his quest to not grow up. It’s a fun show.
Those were the days. Being young and carefree….you really cannot take that for granted. Childhood is something that comes and goes…And as much as you want to go back to it… Well, there’s no real “time machine” that’s been made just yet.
But I feel that’s the message of this movie. While you’re growing older, remember the good times of the past and incorporate happiness and feeling “young” into your life everyday…And you’ll feel better…you’ll feel happier.
I remember seeing the animated movie too and hearing the song “You Can Fly” and loving it. This show brings back a ton of nostalgia for me, and I’m wondering if it does for you all.
“The deepest hunger in life is a secret that is revealed only when a person is willing to unlock a hidden part of the self.
In the ancient traditions of wisdom, this quest has been likened to diving for the most precious pearl in existence, a poetic way of saying that you have to swim far out beyond shallow waters, plunge deep into yourself, and search patiently until the pearl beyond price is found.” Deepak Chopra