1. Dealing with Problems

“We can not solve our problems with the same level of thinking that created them.”
―Albert Einstein

Worried couple doing their accounts in the living room

Working smartly is progress than to work laboriously. When stress and tension and chaos surround you, need to take break for a moment and close your eyes and relax.Select a specific challenge, deal with it, and then move calmly and confidently to the next. When you’re being pulled in multiple directions at once, take time to remember what you value most. Focus on what’s most importan18xljto9t230wjpgt to you and you’ll naturally direct your greatest energy to the right source. Life is filled with either  problems or possibilities. What you see is what you choose to see. On the surface life can seem tumultuous and perplexing, yet deep inside, where it truly matters, life is what you make of it. Choose to see beyond the problems to the possibilities which is actually the answer to your problem.

2. Happiness and Personal Growth
“You cannot protect yourself from sadness without protecting yourself from happiness.”
―Jonathan Safran Foer

18xlk7filwq65jpgLive every day of your life in full. Experience the highs and the lows, the positives and the negatives, and all the moods present between the various extremes. Don’t focus on simply being happy. Focus on living a well-rounded, seasoned life. Focus on achieving completeness. Yes, happiness is part of this completeness, but so is sadness, difficulty, frustration, and failure. And overcoming these latter points supports your personal growth far more than constant happiness.

The nice word of Swami Vibekananda” If you are sad, then you don’t have any right to make others unhappy by showing your sour face to others….rather sit at home till you make your mood fresh.”

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