How to feel happy about things… In-depth Review

Rule 1: The level of sorrow was always proportional to how much you want a thing which you dint get it…

I am not sure about if vice versa is equally true for so called happiness… if I go according to GITA happiness and self satisfaction can only be achieved when when we stop wanting things… when you stop having expectations you can achieve Moksha, the other name to happiness and self satisfaction…. But I want to deny the one of the most sacred book… My common sense and simple human logics makes me to rethink… What exactly was the motive of our life… Was it always about stop wanting for things or to get them at any cost… Was it always about getting Moksha… But even then I am expecting something… May be this time our expectation is happiness and self satisfaction but again not getting it is actually putting me into a new domain of sorrow… So, thus second rule is:

Rule 2: Human was born with wants and all he can do is rethink ethically again and again over the want and finally achieving it or leaving it…

Another thing which troubles me is the difference between being stubborn and having a firm motive… I think both points to the same things but from a different perspective… Being stubborn can be defined as a negative process while having a firm motive may be defined as a positive one… So is it good or bad… It depends upon the situation… In easy terms being stubborn mean trying to achieve a want, whatever it takes…

Rule 3: Making a decision of leaving or achieving depends upon the cost (efforts+time) to be payed for the want thus it purely depends upon the ethical thoughts of an individual mind…

Its more like buying a thing… When you go to market you actually try to understand that how much a particular entity cost… Then you try to find out its features and you need for them… After the complete analysis you check your pockets for if they can afford to buy this entity… So while making a decision in life we think over what we have to pay… Like if you want to go for a job for two years in California… Before making that decision you would think about your expenditures, savings, family, social life etc etc… We don’t think in so much depth but actually we trying to find out can we afford to go on that job… Now for a second if we remove emotions while making a decision… that is now family dont make a difference neither does social life… not even expenditures and saving now gonna make a difference because we do both of them to buy comforts i.e. to make our survival easier and fun lol that is again emotion

Rule 4: Decision making i.e. willingness to pay the cost is either random or a purely emotional thing…

Even when we say we are practical we are actually having a essence of a different emotion… human is an emotional creature… every thought is a string of emotion… Randomness is the only non emotional thing… Random decision is made when you don’t want to think or you fail to think… now when I say I dont want to think actually I dont want to take pain of thinking because either thinking is just gonna bring me troubles than anything else or it really wont make a difference as the question is not the field of my interest…. Like what color pant should Manmohan Singh wear tommorow… Hardly makes a difference to me whatever color it is… The second case, we fail to think when each of the option are equally tempting… Like should I go for an ice cream or a chocolate… yummy yummy…

Rule 5: Random decision is a result of failure of emotional weight-age to one the options or lack of importance in the question…

How to find that cost on which we are gonna make our decision… Cost is nothing but efforts, time and risk which we can afford… The total time is the time we are gonna live… Total efforts is the maximum hard work we can do in our lifespan… Risk is the maximum chance of disturbance in your normal life you wish to take in order of trying for your want… like jumping into girls hostel is a risky thing… in a worst case scenario if we are caught we may get arrested and expelled from college…

the best art is to make the journey enjoyable…

Utsav Sabharwal

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