#Managing your own happiness#

Happiness is a state of mind that we all strive to achieve in our lives. It is often said that happiness is not a destination, it’s a journey.

But the question is, how do we measure happiness? Is it based on materialistic possessions or on internal contentment?

The answer lies within ourselves, and the way we choose to manage our happiness.

India is ranked 126th out of 137

The researcher has mentioned that India is ranked 126th out of 137 countries in the happiness parameter, which is a sad reality. But does this mean that Indians are not happy? Absolutely not.

  • Happiness is a subjective experience that differs from person to person. What brings joy and contentment to one individual might not do the same for another.
  • Happiness cannot be measured solely on the basis of GDP or economic development. It is a subjective feeling that is influenced by various factors such as our relationships, health, and personal goals.
  • In a society where we are constantly pressured to conform to societal norms and expectations, it is important to take a step back and evaluate what truly brings us happiness. It may be spending time with loved ones, pursuing a hobby, or even helping others.
  • The key is to identify what truly makes us happy and then make a conscious effort to prioritize it in our lives.
  • Managing our happiness is not just about indulging in activities that bring us joy, but also about cultivating a positive mindset. It is about practicing gratitude, focusing on the present moment, and developing a resilient attitude towards life’s challenges.
  • Happiness is not about being immune to sadness, but about finding a way to bounce back and appreciate the good things in life.

So, if you are feeling unhappy or dissatisfied with your life, take a moment to reflect on what truly brings you joy. Make a list of things that make you happy and start incorporating them into your daily routine.

Surround yourself with positivity and practice gratitude.

Remember, happiness is not a destination, it’s a journey that requires effort and dedication. But the rewards are priceless, a life filled with contentment and joy.

Here are a few ways to do so:

Cultivate Gratitude:

Practice gratitude by writing down three things you’re thankful for each day. It could be something as small as having a good cup of tea or something as big as a promotion at work. When we focus on what we’re grateful for, it helps shift our focus away from what we lack.

Nurture Relationships

The people we surround ourselves with can have a significant impact on our happiness. Nurture your relationships with friends and family by spending quality time with them, having meaningful conversations, and being there for them during difficult times.

Pursue Meaningful Work

Our work is a significant part of our lives, and finding work that aligns with our values and passions can bring a sense of purpose and fulfillment. If you’re unhappy in your current job, consider exploring other options or finding ways to make your current role more meaningful.

Take Care of Your Health

Physical and mental health are essential components of happiness. Eat well, exercise regularly, get enough sleep, and seek professional help if needed.

Practice Mindfulness

Mindfulness is the practice of being present at the moment and observing our thoughts and feelings without judgment. It can help reduce stress, increase self-awareness, and promote overall well-being.

Remember that happiness is a journey, not a destination. It’s okay to have bad days or go through difficult times. But by taking small steps each day to manage our happiness, we can cultivate a beautiful and fulfilling life.

Friends, it is important to remember that happiness cannot be measured by external parameters. It is a state of mind that can be managed and cultivated by prioritizing the things that truly bring us joy.

So, let us make a conscious effort to manage our happiness and enjoy the beautiful journey that life has to offer.

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20 replies

  1. Ache din kab aenge?

    I wonder what will be the tag line next year.

    Noone is happy, they want something or the other

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  2. I really enjoyed this article. Happiness is indeed a journey. Thanks for showing us how to get there. Reminds me of a similar article on my blog about whether there is an ultimate guide to attaining happiness.

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  3. Great article. From what I understand about the world happiness measure is the pollsters survey 1000 people from each country (relying on memory here) and they do this for 3 years to get an average. 1000 people from each country. But how representative is this of India. I dont know, but I would imagine this is a small percentage of the population. I’d also be looking for more information about their sample … how representative are they.

    You’re right, happiness is subjective and we can influence many of the things that make us happy – not everything, but if we focus on the things we can influence, that too will increase our happiness and reduce our stress

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    • Yes, very well said that we should focus on the things we can influence,
      that too will increase our happiness and reduce our stress.
      I don’t believe in data, but the process to follow for our happiness.
      Thanks for sharing your feelings.💕

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  4. Motivational post❣️🙏🏻❣️

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  5. Happiness is a kind of thing that gives us pleasure which we can’t express by words. 👍


  6. yes, i agree. thank you for the motivation.

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