What can one innovate when it comes to defining happiness? Well, here is a simple shot in understanding like a child from A-Z. You not only inherit insanity from a child, you also need to understand how happiness is defined by the simple things one uses from a child. So here are my generic take and a simple post with simple things we can do to be happy. I know the list can be completely different for you and feel free to share if you would like to add more.
A – Accept the present and be realistic.
B – Be bold in your decisions, be considerate too.
C – Create something innovative and exciting.
D –Decide your own future.
E –Exercise daily.
F –Face your fears and emotions.
G –Give / Share, be it knowledge or happiness.
H –Help others whenever possible or opportunity presents itself.
I –Ignite the passion within and explore new horizons.
J –Jump outside your comfort zone.
K –Knowledge never goes waste. Learn something new every single day.
L –Laugh out loud and enjoy the moments in front of you.
M –Make clear goals in life. Be realistic and optimistic about achieving.
N –Never give-up on your efforts.
O –Observe the world around you.
P –Paint your future by living your dreams.
Q –Quit the bad habits that affect you.
R –Risk are good provided you are completely sold on what you are doing.
S –Smile at people, the best gift you can give to others every day.
T –Thank people for what they do for you.
U –Unleash your strengths. No one succeeded by just working on their weaknesses.
V –Visualize the dreams come true.
W –Write your thoughts and Walk for a healthy life.
X –Xerox your passion as you talk with others.
Y –Yield to your thoughts.
Z –Zero the negative emotions. Be positive.
I know these are simple concepts and we accept it. Sometimes, it is nice to become a child and learn them all over again !!! Feel free to pass me your comments.
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