Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Make it sweet

We often oversee the power of this simple thing called ‘smile’ in our life. In the name of professional outfit and stressful situations, we wear these face masks of grouchiness, seriousness, hatred, negativity et al. And they creep in without the knowledge of our perfect consciousness, and we won’t realize it until we introspect ourselves or a good friend points it out.


Everyone has problems in life. It might look like a daunting task if we see it within our framework of mind. There’s no guarantee that you always collide with wonderful and nice people. Also, the term ‘wonderful’ and ‘nice’ changes for the individual, according to the people we meet, time we spend and the purpose we fulfill.

Life tends to give a mix of both good and bad, to realize the value of former to latter. But that doesn't mean that you should change your good-self for others. Be yourself, happy and smiling even when you encounter a nut bunch. Ensure that it doesn't affect the very character which makes you ‘You’.

Happiness has got the right to stay with each and every one of us. There are moments and smiles waiting for a chance to jump out of us and spread the joy. There’s nothing called negative in this world; it’s a mere absence of positive-ness. If you feel like surrounded by such situation, pour a heavy dose of cheerfulness. Consider life as a film picture. You need to expose it to the right people to turn your negative to a positive, picture perfect moment.

Stretch your hand, heart and mind. Remember, happiness is wealthier than money and it gives you much more than what money can offer. Feel frivolous and collide your smile with others. Keep it simple, make it sweet, no complications.

19 comments:

Rahul Bhatia said...

A happy post indeed, Anand:)

viddev said...

"But that doesn't mean that you should change your good-self for others"... true...
Remembering ur description of ur blog @ the bloggermeet... a feel-good-post, indeed!

Susan Deborah said...

My dose of feeling good. Give us more regular doses, dear Anand.

Joy always,
Susan

Harikrishna said...

It is feeling good reading this... We must accept life as such with both the sides of its coin.. Learn to laugh at our own mistakes, appreciate our own victories and condemn our own defeats and life will be more cheerful... Good post :)

Deepa Iyer said...

Sometimes, cheer is just what we need! :) Cheers to you too!

mkris said...

Its a wonderful read :-) Great writing skills. The picture with smiley on had drew me to read this and I'm glad I did. Its cheerful and apt for this season . Nice post :)

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sahi said...

Hey der! !! Nice pist :) :) eeeeee i am smiling now :)

mahesh said...

Anand you are going places - soon there will be motivational speeches and positive thinking books in your name :) good stuff!

Kappu said...

There’s nothing called negative in this world; it’s a mere absence of positive-ness. If you feel like surrounded by such situation, pour a heavy dose of cheerfulness. Consider life as a film picture.//

whoa man, those lines are simply persuasive. They make us think why NOT be that positive person! SUCH a lovely post Anand!!

Do visit my post "Oblivion"! Would love to see you by! *cheers*

Anand said...

@Rahul Bhatia: Thank you very much Rahul-ji :)

Anand said...

@Viddev: Ah, thanks Vidhya for remembering my blog description from the meet :)

Anand said...

@Susan Deborah: Thank you Susan. So happy to see your comment every time. Will try to give regular posts :)

Anand said...

@Harikrishna: Thanks for dropping by. I second your thoughts here... :)

Anand said...

@Deepa Iyer: Yeah, cheers to you too Deepa. Thanks for dropping by :)

Anand said...

@mkris: Am happy to see your comment. Glad you found this post useful. :)

Anand said...

@Sahi: Thanks Sahiii.. Am glad this post made you smile :)

Anand said...

@mahesh: Thank you very much Mahesh :)

Anand said...

@Kappu: Thanks for such nice words Kappu. Am super glad that you loved this post :)

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