Our Ambition(s)

via Happy — creativeartworksblog


This is indeed a very good wake-up-call shared by creativeartworksblog. 

If we were to focus on the sufferings caused by the pains given to us by life, we will never be able to understand why there is THE NEED to stay happy even while we are still in the midst of all those sufferings.

This makes “I want to be happy” a tougher ambition than “I want to be a doctor/lawyer/teacher…etc”

Pain is certain, suffering is optional ~ Buddha

What do we want to do when we grow up/older?

Let’s think about it…

Have a wonderful Monday ahead, always!

Till then,

Cheers & TTFN~ 😀

Only allow good memories in your heart.

Bad memories may serve as many good reminders for not repeating bad/unnecessary histories in life; but if we were to let them rule the head for too long, we might find difficulties in taking the next step in creating another good memory.

I am glad to be able to read this post once again to remind myself of this point.

A big THANK YOU to this lovely soul for sharing her enlightening thoughts with us in her lovely blog ‘THE BEAUTY OF WORDS’.

Words are only alphabets, we are the ones choosing to turn them into a beauty or a beast.

Have a great week ahead with many opportunities to create more good memories to add to our happy lists.

Till then,

Cheers! ☺

The beauty of words.

Only allow good memories in your heart

In reality you can`t really get rid of bad memories but at least you will be able to accept that they occurred, look at the positive side of them and allow the good parts to stay in your heart. That`s the point where you`re in peace with yourself. Sharing memories with others also gives you enlightenment and makes you feel “lighter” and even happy. Allow it to happen and you`ll notice that also sharing makes you happier. Don`t let bad memories stay in your heart. They may become worse than they were before and may have bad effects in your life. In reality not all memories do have a positive outcome, so for those that don`t, remember that you have to keep looking ahead instead of sticking in the past, look forward and focus on the positive experiences.


“I don’t think of all the misery, but of the beauty that still remains.” 

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