What is your ultimate aim in life?

What is your ultimate aim in life?

Is it success, fame, or wealth? Or is to achieve spiritual enlightenment? Or is to leave a positive impact on the world?

Ok, you have achieved success, fame, and wealth.

You have also reached the stage of spiritual enlightenment.

And yes, you have done something that leaves a positive impact on the world.

But at the end of the day, if you remain unhappy then do all these achievements make any sense? In fact, at the core of all these aspirations is a single, fundamental desire: Happiness!

Happiness is a universal goal that every human being seeks. It is the driving force behind all our actions, the reason why we wake up every day and pursue our dreams.

Do you know happiness is so crucial to our well-being that it has been recognized as a fundamental human right by the United Nations?

But then what is happiness, exactly?

Many people mistake happiness for pleasure or momentary joy! They believe that happiness is something that can be bought or achieved through external means, such as wealth, power, or material possessions. However, these sources of happiness are often fleeting and temporary, and they can soon lead to feelings of emptiness or dissatisfaction.

True happiness, on the other hand, is a state of being that comes from within. It is a sense of contentment and fulfillment that is not dependent on external circumstances. It is a deep and lasting sense of well-being that is not easily swayed by the ups and downs of life.

So, how can we achieve this kind of happiness?

The answer lies in developing a positive mindset and cultivating inner peace. We must learn to accept ourselves as we are, to embrace our strengths and weaknesses, and to be grateful for the many blessings in our lives.

Another important factor in achieving happiness is finding a sense of purpose or meaning in our lives. This can come from pursuing a career that we are passionate about, volunteering for a cause that we believe in, or simply engaging in activities that bring us joy and fulfillment.

So, do not worry…be happy!


What can be the best recipe for a happy life?

Let Go…! Pic Credit: Pixabay

Learn to be in the present.

Be loving and compassionate.

Having a sense of gratitude. Always try to see what is good/beautiful around you.

Helping others joyfully.

And lastly, Learn to let GO!

The Lady In Number 6 is one of the most inspirational and uplifting stories about 109 year old, Alice Herz Sommer, the world’s oldest pianist and Holocaust survivor who shares her story on how to achieve a long and happy life. She discussed the importance of music, laughter and how to have an optimistic outlook on life. I believe she passed away at the age of 110.

Know more about her here.

Happiness is a habit. Develop an attitude of HAPPINESS.

Pearls of Wisdom-2

Picture of Golden Umbrella
My motivation…My Golden Umbrella!

Your true potential lies in starting from scratch again. And you are never too old, never too late and never too weak to start from scratch again.

Everything begins with a desire. Desire leads to action. The action gets you results. If you can dream it, you can do it. And if you can imagine it, you can achieve it.

You are UNHAPPY with what you have. Someone is HAPPY with less of what you have. What makes one happy? It is not the materialistic possessions or money but your ATTITUDE! Have a positive and healthy attitude always.

A grass hopper on a leaf
I am not angry…I am at peace!

I am holding on to my grudges, anger, and hatred. What am I getting in return? More grudge, more anger, and more hatred. The cycle is vicious. What if I let it GO! I will have a chance to discover peace of mind and joy. Decide for yourself. Pick the right choice!

When the time is tough and things are going wrong, just close your eyes and say ‘I know I am being shaped for good, this is my test and I’ll pass it with flying colours. I’ll wait for the day when God will reward me for being this strong’!

Fear, anger, and hatred are the outcome of your insecurity.


-Thoughts by Anirvan Chakravarty