And They Worked Happily Ever After, but Is This Possible?
I’ve claimed this one thing all my life: I only work somewhere where I’m happy. Anything I do, I do it because it makes me happy. If I’m not happy, I stop doing it. I move forward and follow my path elsewhere… So many times…
Is “Happiness” Just an Illusionary Feeling That Dies Once It’s Achieved?
Happiness eludes us when we chase after it and disappears once we think we’ve found it. It can never be quite grasped, so could “happiness” actually be the source of our unhappiness? Some define happiness as a state when all your needs and desires are…
25 Ways to Happiness
How can I be happy? This question is behind every human thought and action, marketing campaign, manufactured product, social structure, philosophy, theory, psychology, science and religion. In fact, everything that comes from us humans is an attempt to answer this particular question. Check out our…
Let’s Become Children, Climbing the Trees…
On Sunday, during an outing hosted by our photographer’s studio, my daughter Sonsuz climbed to the top of a tree she found. She is just like a monkey, climbing to the top of any tree she comes across. So far, thanks to God, there’s not…
The Glass is Already Broken When You Blow Upon It
Facts are not concrete—they’re variable. Persistence is not a fact but merely an idea. The glass is already broken, and it just lays there waiting for the day when it will be seen to be broken. Observing it today and believing it will stay intact…
The True Happiness
The achievements of my teenage years belong to my teenage years. The achievements of my twenties belong to my twenties. The achievements of yesterday belong to yesterday and hold no value today. However big of a fuss I make about their grandiosity, these memories of…
What Is My Life Purpose?
One ship sails East, And another West, By the self-same winds that blow, ‘Tis the set of the sails And not the gales, That tells the way we go. â€”Ella Wheeler Wilcox Have you ever asked yourself what your life purpose is? Were you satisfied…
The Happiest People on Earth
They live in the most difficult conditions, yet they do not agonize over the past or worry about the future. They are called “the happiest people on Earth.” Their greatest keys to happiness are their lifestyle and their language, which uses only the present tense.
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