Realize that true happiness lies within you. Do all things with love.”

— Og Mandino – –

Nowadays, how much one possess - a lot of things - is the standard measurement, if not all, of living happy. One is moved by personal urge to acquire and enjoy the temporary benefits of material things. However, all these possessions are like a piece of heavy metal in the luggage, it can be weighty. 

Human desire to possess anything is tempting. It is a sign of greed. Consider this - "Beware! Don't always be wishing for what you don't have. For real life and real living are not related to how rich we are, " (The Book of Luke 12:15).
I remember the story of theGreat Temptation, when the adversary took Jesus to the peak of a very high mountain and showed him the nations of the world and all their glory. "I'll give it all to you," he said, "if you only kneel and worship me". But Jesus rebuke him, and he went away. (The Book of Matthew 4:8-10). The urge to possess anything is tempting. 
In connection, what on earth are scientists all doing? To discover something in vitro that gives happiness to human being? Astronomers spend their time lying on their backs looking at stars, but what's the point? Are they trying to spot happiness out there for mankind? Just a little bit of my opinion. 

💡Happiness comes from the heart.

One heart must have rhizome to be able to blossom and bear fruit. It must have hope to be able to achieve    professional success.

#Strive to be happy. Free living of not possessing builds happiness.

Here’s the ‘roots of wisdom’ that would interest you to know:

Go after a genuine life; treat others with sincerity.

Go after a vituous life; embrace others with kindness.

Go after a beautiful life; adorn the world with beauty.

Go after a harmonious life; discover prosperity in peace.

Go after an insightful life; enhance your place with knowledge.

Go after a joyful life; enrich daily life with happiness.

“I came naked from my mother’s womb and I shall have nothing when I die. The Lord gave me everything I had, and they were his to take away. Blessed be the name of the Lord.”

The Book of Job

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