LIFE, My Spiritual Journey

Overcoming Depression

  Depression, like most mental illnesses, runs the continuum of severity. It could also involve anxiety symptoms as well. Depression is primarily characterized by sadness and/or loss of pleasure in nearly all activities. Additionally, there may be symptoms such as changes in appetite, sleep patterns, and psychomotor activity (changes in both mental and physical responsiveness and/or activity). For me, it’s…

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Keeping Others Happy At Every Cost

To give happiness is considered a virtue. Please try and make others happy, say the thinkers. I don’t know what precisely they mean by that. So unless I meet one of them and find out the true meaning of the statement, let me put my ideas here and think. If accidentally, I step on someone’s foot on a busy street,…

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Learn How To Love Yourself

I’m sure you read a lot of times this sentence: you need first to love yourself. But what does that mean? reading a book on self-love? Taking a weekend getaway with just you? Become sexually liberated? Loving yourself means to learn to treat you like a loving parent would do with his child. When you are an adult, and I…

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Simple Happiness

  If you aren’t happy, why aren’t you? Chances are it is because you want something which you do not have, objects or conditions. This is probably not a good enough reason and a review of your situation and perceptions may be in order.   “Happiness consists more in small conveniences of pleasures that occur every day, than in great…

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What is Happiness? Can it Be Defined?

  Happiness is one of the most commonly used words. If I win a lottery, I become happy. As I spend all the money, I become unhappy again. When you call me a good person, I feel happy, and when you curse me, I feel very miserable.  Outside forces and events sometimes can control our emotions. Let us find out…

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Passion: Fire In Your Soul

  Many people try to hold a raging fire within themselves, but it restlessly and relentlessly gnaws at their core. Some have tried to cover it up with alcohol, numb it with drugs, hide it with shopping, kids, work, or religion, or fuel it with sex. The Baby Boomers looked for eternal youth and to change the world. They thought…

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