We all share in a daily quest for happiness. We have different means of getting there, but we’re all looking for the same destination. Two years ago I wrote the following few lines on this very same blog: “There are no superhumans. Every feels the fragility of life. No one is immune to criticism. We all have hopes, dreams and aspirations. Each of us want to feel love and be loved in return, to take pleasure in our work, and to own a house in which we can raise a family. We’re all searching for happiness.” (you can find a link to the original post here)
These words I still stand by today, but to what extent do our goals come from our culture? How much of what we want to achieve in life is because someone has positioned their goals with ours?
We are all waiting to find happiness in distant future, why can’t we forget that and focus on the things in the present that bring us joy?