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Category: Feeling Fulfillment
Unluckily, finding our elusive meaning of life should be a fundamental part of happiness. Luckily, humbly doing things we enjoy, and being significant and helpful for someone, is enough to make us happy.
Or it could be enough, if it wasn’t for the bitter people who judge us by our ever-insufficient external success. The people who measure our degrees, our incomes, our bodies and our performances. Not the best people, probably. But in our heads, they frightfully look like everyone.
When you learn to kick these wretched opinions (and sometimes these opinionated wretches) you can pick your own dreams. Then you can follow your surprised heart, and live gratefully and happily forever.
The following posts are here to help you feel fulfillment:
Though we think of ourselves as conscious beings, uninvited influences like sounds, sights and smells unthinkingly affect our mood. The more we idiotically ignore them, the more painful the price is. As we can’t beat them, we better join them, and use them in our
We tend to see the world as a battlefield where we can either win or lose. We believe we must be winners. Otherwise, what will the neighbors say? Yet, war is very costly, so we better find a better perspective.