The man who wants to be blissful has no ideals at all, he is a non-idealist; he is a realist and lives moment to moment with no ideals. You cannot frustrate him because he has no expectations.
The miserable person always condemns himself because he is not rising high enough to fulfill the demands. He is a constant condemnor; he lives in self-condemnation.
The blissful person is very accepting of himself. He makes no demands. He is relaxed, at ease with himself; he loves himself as he is. So you have to watch that whatever creates misery, drop it; and whatever brings bliss like a flood, create it in you. So let your life become a celebration, and it is up to you!
The key is to find a way to be happy wherever you are and on your way to where you really want to be. It does not matter where you are as, where you are is shifting constantly.
Your present circumstances don’t determine where you can go; they merely determine where you start. So it is up to us to turn our attention to where we want to go. And that’s the difference between making the best of something and making the worst of something.
After all, “The Constitution only gives people the right to pursue happiness. You have to catch it yourself”.- Ben Franklin.
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