How to find an authentic unconditionally happy person in your circle

How to find a genuine unconditionally happy person in your circle of family, friends, acquaintances. A genuine naturally happy person  * is low-key in a group (they don't need to attract attention on them, they prefer to find a place to sit and observe) most of the times. * emanates all-encompassing love, compassion and understanding; … Continue reading How to find an authentic unconditionally happy person in your circle

How to receive happiness, excerpts from Theo and Mira

“In this particular day of July when the rain is fairly warm and birds ready for a bath, Mira decided it might be a good idea to start walking in the rain, following a narrow winding path bordered by great oak trees. This path started in the city and carried Mira away, on soft hills … Continue reading How to receive happiness, excerpts from Theo and Mira

Happiness cannot be attained. It may be received only.

What have I learned living near irritable angry never satisfied unhappy (yet adorable) people (yep, I've got a few): Happiness cannot be taught, modeled, trained, achieved, gained, attained. Contentment may. Happiness can only be received. How to get into a receiving state and how to ask for happiness, these can be taught, modeled, trained, achieved, … Continue reading Happiness cannot be attained. It may be received only.

How I think of happiness and depression

The happiness path is a narrow unseen one-man-width path on a ridge of a mountain. This path runs on all mountains of the world, sometimes passing through cities, other times through villages, and other times descending by the sea, running even through caves and depths of oceans. It doesn't matter where in the world you … Continue reading How I think of happiness and depression

Commitment to your (genuine) happiness solves world problems

There was a time when I believed that I must prove myself, that I must give others strong visible and tangible reasons to approve my worth. Anyone must find themselves there at some point. I was lucky enough to find teachers to tell me that none of that really matter. All that matter was my … Continue reading Commitment to your (genuine) happiness solves world problems