“Happiness is not something you postpone for the future;
it is something you design for the present.” — Jim Rohn
تم تعريف السعادة بأنها حيازة أو التمتع بالمتعة أو الخير.السعادة ليست اختيارًا أو معنى أو شيءًا تصل إليه بمجرد تحقيق شيء ما ؛ إنها هواية
.يتم تحقيقه من خلال الالتزام تجاه نفسك
They Don’t Compare themselves to Others
When you compare yourself to others you lose every time.
Why? Because it doesn’t matter whether you are looking from a higher or lower perch; it’s toxic.
Since when has it ever felt good to compare yourself to another person in life? Happy people only compare themselves to a former version of who they were. They are in competition with themselves to be better every day. They are committed to the maintenance of a healthy mental balance.
They recognize the journey of self and work from that place.
They Exercise Gratitude
When you are grateful for what you have. What you have becomes enough. It’s great to set goals and you absolutely should, but where happy people differ is they are thankful.
They get up every day and say “thank you” whether its internally or out loud.
Happy people also understand that you need to work from the basics. By basics I mean you are grateful for air in your lungs, your health, your ability to make change if you want to.
They recognize what is present in their life and see the abundance around themselves.
They Engage the World with Kindness
It goes without saying but when you do something kind it’s a two-way street. You feel good as the giver and the receiver feels good as well.
Happy people are committed to making RAKs (random act of kindness) a part of their character. They open doors, help someone elderly with their things, they give a compliment for no reason, they do and expect nothing in return. Not from the people they give the RAK’s too nor the universe.
They WANT to be a light in the world. They want to be a lightning rod for good feelings.