Happiness…

A Journey Called Life Sunset

Once in a while I check the comments section of my blog to read people’s words and our old discussions; on my blurred days, those positive, good words bring lots of happiness. Knowing how frequently I fall for words, it is wonderful that our published words do not vanish into nothingness unlike words of real world; they are stored somewhere and always accessible.

Today, while cleaning the spam folder I saw one comment -” Very quickly this site will be famous among all bloggіng and site-building people due to its good articles” along with other quite “positive” spams. That made me grin. I stopped doing whatever I was doing and let myself stay in that state of happiness for some time.

There are moments when simple things leave us happy;  a walk in the sun, a short hike during the sunset hour, a beautiful quote that reminds us of our stories, a cup of perfect tea, a pot of green basil plant, flowers in neighbor’s garden, a handwritten note, dinner with family, smile of loved one, or maybe a not so unrealistic hope crafted by someone unknown to remind us of our own potential. 

Happiness is inexpensive and attainable.

Have a Happy Weekend!

17 thoughts on “Happiness…

    1. Yay!! Thank you, Indira. That moment in the picture is so serene right; also I thought that’s what happiness is: taking rest for a minute outside the waves while surfing in this big ocean of life.. 🙂

      1. Hi Archita, to me happiness is opening the window, clean mist or dust covering it, and count your blessings. There is so much misery outside that I find myself in lot more better position. Blessings. 🙂

    1. Ya, how true!! 🙂 I have noted down those simple pleasures and go back to them very often. 🙂 That picture is my favorite too. 🙂 I am so happy to read your words. Thank you for reading and leaving your traces. 🙂

    1. That’s so correct. I don’t know about big size happiness but I know these small ones are worth to live for! :)Thank you for reading and leaving your inputs, Vishal. 🙂

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