100 days or less to reaching your ultimate happiness: Secrets of the Universe revealed
Dr Dan Amzallag, author
Wouldn’t it be amazing to have an app for happiness? You just get out your smart phone, click on the app, and—voila—you are happy. If someone can come up with that application and sell it in the market, it would be the most popular download ever invented. Everyone is a creator of that app, and everyone can be happy, but most people need to learn how to increase their level of joy and happiness, and how to focus on the good things in life. Happiness is feeling and a choice; you can choose to live a happy life by learning what is good about your life. You’ve heard that a pessimist sees the glass half empty and an optimist, well, the opposite. It is im-portant to realize what is around you. Just as some say the entrepreneur/leader is born, not made, happiness is a choice you make every day. No one can tell you to be happy or miserable; it is up to you to decide. Focus only on the good things in life. As with anything, training is required. You can’t go from being a negative, miserable person to a positive, happy person overnight. You have to train your brain. You can’t become a professional bodybuilder overnight; you need to put time and effort into it. Focus on your goals and go for it. Nothing should stop you from changing your perspective on life so you can learn to live it happily. Seeing the good in everything can sometimes be difficult, especially when everything around you is crumbling. All things happen for a good reason. There is good within every obstacle or challenge in your life. Take only the good from every situation and make the most of it. If you hate the pulp in orange juice, strain it out and enjoy the juice. Or just buy pulp-free orange juice. Life doesn’t come in a pulp-free version. Overcoming challenges by looking at the positive will help you perceive future challenges as being good, and you will approach it accordingly. We all have a reason to be on this planet; we all have a mission. The question is: What is my reason? What is my mission? How can I be a happy person while accomplishing my mission? Seeing the good around you will elevate your consciousness. You will react to people; things; and events more positively, and, therefore, become a better person. Looking only at the negative brings sadness, which can be draining for those around you. Why put others through your misery? The more good you see in your life, the more you can relate to others who adopt that same approach about life. Result: You surround yourself with only the right people, allowing you to grow to be a better per-son for yourself and for others.