Mind set: Happiness is homemade (1)

Good morning friends.  Whenever I read a new, an article, I made sure that I’m reading some of spiritual thoughts.  Stephen R. Covey, has a good thought that made me focus on this while reading.  I want everybody knows how he presented this thoughts.  It’s a good one.

Regardless of whether we live in the US, India or anywhere else, family is the building block of any society, and our greatest fulfillment lies there.  Of course, one needs to give due importance to work.  But if any society works diligently in every other area but neglects the family, it would be the same as straightening deck chairs on the Titanic.

We all seek happiness but what most of us discover is that happiness is a home-made product. If you have strong and effective relationship with family members — whether living together or apart — the resultant good vibes and mental solace tend to overflow into all other aspects of life. When your family is heading in the right direction, you are better able to perform and focus at work. On the other hand, if things aren’t going well at home, it is difficult to be deeply happy anywhere else. Thus, it is supremely important that at home, with your family, you concentrate on creating a beautiful family culture.

Marriage is more than a contractual relationship — it is a promise from each individual to stay true to their love and commitment. While I can’t tell you how to choose the right mate, I can advise you to determine what your values and principles are — and who might be a complimentary companion. – The Times of India

 

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One response to “Mind set: Happiness is homemade (1)

  1. Spiritual thoughts and Stephen Covey?
    Sounds a little apart..

    However, an interesting speculation.

    Like

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