Learning from Childhood

We often recall our childhood period as most beautiful days of life.

I recently learned a very powerful yet often unknown reason which makes being a child so cool. The acceptance of not knowing most of the things.

I am a child, I openly admit that I do not know it already mostly. So I would not hesitate to ask anyone. I wouldn’t be afraid to try. I would stay open to change my opinion, if I would learn something. I would be happy to tell other that this is what I recently learned. I wouldn’t feel bad, if I say, “I don’t know answer to this question.”

In short, realization of not knowing most of the thing. And then a confident mindset to learn, to change opinion, to change the way I see life, to change the way I treat my family, neighbor  pet, and especially myself. These are such awesome things.

When this thought came to mind, it put a question before me. Can I again accept the reality that I do not understand most of the things in life, so I should learn. It would made this time of life sweater. And very importantly it’ll help us grow up, which seems to become very difficult today.

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Be Thankful, Go For A Walk

It is been ten days now when I wrote last post. I have no idea what to write these days. This might be because I’m not doing anything worth to write about.

But I’m going for a walk in few min now, (it’s 7:45pm at the moment) in a nearby park. Isn’t this amazing that we can go for a walk, see greenery, pass time with self, think and get fresh mentally and physically. Even then I do it rarely.

I’m going for a walk, see you with a fresh mind and mood.

Photo taken by my friend @IvanaSendecka while on her walk in London.

Enjoy Being A Real Human

Yesterday was third time when I watched Godfather (movie), I like it many reasons. This time I learned a message which I had not noticed before. The lesson is as followed:

“The man who doesn’t spend time with his family is not a real man.” ~Godfather

 

Friends, please take a second and answer this question, am I a real man enough? Sometimes we engage much in buying gifts for our beloved ones that we really miss the time to be with them.

Yes it is important to earn money for your family, but why to snatch those beautiful moments from your family and yourself quite often. Be a real man my friend!

Photo from Ivana

Sharing Happiness Socially.

Today my brother’s wife Salma cooked delicious Kheer (a sweet dish made of milk & carrot). Although she cooked not much, but she presented some to a poor women who lives nearby with her 3 children. When she returned she stated as follow,

“Everyone happily gifts to those who are equally rich or more, but less privileged families are being neglected socially. So I wanted to give her from my cooking.”

This is really awesome, I’m feeling proud of her. We all must share our happiness with those who have less of it.

Deliver Creativity, Deliver Happiness

Yesterday we talked about a basic but very important approach to bring happiness, i.e Deliver Learning, Deliver Happiness, taking it to step further we’ll see what is even more powerful in delivering happiness.

When I say Deliver Creativity it means helping yourself to create something meaningful. And / or helping someone in any super cool way, like unleashing talent in them, or helping them build a great website or just make a cup of tea.

I can bet the first happiest moment in your life was when you started walking. You did something first time and it made happy to you and everyone who was witness. You actually created something new for yourself. You must have said to yourself, “I’m the champion.

That 1 year old is still part of you, you can still get in the world of happiness by doing something new and truly genuine. Believe me you were the champion and you are the champion. Take your step, deliver creativity and fill yourself and this world with happiness. Ciao!