Just Hang on there!


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Running away from the negativity, sorrow, pain, criticism, unpleasant conversation, unhappy people to find that ‘moment of happiness’ somehow takes us to go far away from the responsibilities, duties, hardship which would have made us a better person.

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Those unpleasant moments are the doors to our proud and prosperous future.

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Those sorrows make us humane and help us understand that there are limits to our expectations.

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Those painful days when everything looks like falling apart, going away, and leaving us lonely help us look inwards, fine-tune some of our beliefs and create a new and stronger us.

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Those unhappy people are the ones who come to our life to make us understand how silly we are in front of the problems and when similar issues come in front of us, we behave differently with a higher level of wisdom.

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Those unpleasant conversations that we tried to run away from are the once which, if pursued a longer duration, at a magical moment, makes you understand the finer point of disagreement. Life and relationships take a new positive turn at that moment.

Hello Friends, Citizens of Happyland, I, your happiness warrior would request you to not run away from unhappiness, do not avoid the challenging situation, people or time, your happiness is wrapped inside these challenges, sorrows, pain, and discomfort.

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Just hang on there! Have patience! Embrace the situation, time, people, hardship, pain, challenges, sorrow, tears, and there you will find happiness shining like a star and welcoming you with open arms, and that happiness will be yours, yours forever.

Published by Sakti

Simple living, lots of talking

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