Have you ever seen a passenger blamed for a car accident? Obviously, it’s a No! Because it’s a driver who has the responsibility to drive the car. And therefore, whatever speed, route, and designation are, it totally depends on the driver, not on the passenger.
No matter what the car condition is, try every inch to make it once you hold steering. And the same is with the happiness of your own self. No matter the circumstance, you are a driver of your own happiness and should learn to control it without any feeble excuses. Here we will be sharing some incredible life-changing tips to control your own happiness.
“Before you smile for others, smile to yourself. A happy you is the beginning of happiness.”
Be the first to admire yourself. Never overlook yourself. A building without a pillar is weak. Similarly, if you are willing to spread happiness around you, excluding yourself, it will not last long.
Praise yourself for your strength, for a person how you are because you are the only one who strives for your own self than anyone else. Your inner happiness will automatically be contagious to your environment.
Ever heard a bunch of rich teens snatching money of smith? Rich and stealing!
It happens when you fail to understand the difference between enjoyment and happiness.
Don't wait for someone else to start. Try to be the first person to pass an unconditional, genuine smile on you. Smile to yourself when you first look at yourself in the mirror with all your messy hair and baggy eyes. It's a real you who is still with you in your unappealing condition. This real, you know you deep down inside all your struggle, battles, and wishes, bad and good times. It is with you at a time when you don't mask your feeling for any reason. Hence, love yourself to be what you are.
Once an inner self starts admiring you, your happiness will overflow. The flood of your happiness will surely be contagious enough to affect your surroundings. And once you become the source of other's happiness, your happiness multiplies in recognizable ways.