Choosing Your Path In Life Quotes (17 quotes)
YES! Happiness Is a Choice
There are some people who seem to think that happiness is the result of all the right wheels turning at just the right time. In fact, I might even argue that luck is a byproduct of happiness, if I was in a particularly feisty mood. Not an accident, not a charitable gift from the universe. And choosing to be happy will make you a better, stronger, wiser, more longsuffering person. We always have the choice to be happy. Learning to change our attitude is frustrating, but worth it in the end.
Whether or not it is clear to us, practically at every step of our life we are faced with the problem of choosing. In the life of each person there are some crucial moments when the whole future depends on our decision and a mistake would be irreparable. This includes the choice of our profession higher education and job , our second half, but first of all everyone of us is to choose whether to be a pessimist saying the bottle is half-empty or an optimist, stating it is half-full. This choice is maybe the most important one, as it defines your whole lifestyle and — first of all — whether you would ever be happy. Our life being overstuffed with trifles will be a constant nightmare if to pay too much attention to them all. Sometimes we can't resist the temptation to complain about the problems that are pouring in, but isn't it better to look for a silver lining of our clouds? To my mind, it is the only way to happiness - never losing your optimistic attitude to life, even to the most frustrating things happening to you.
You have the power to be happy; you can do things fun that you enjoy. If you're mad, you can do something physically demanding that you enjoy. If you're depressed, do something that cheers you up, something humorous. So when you're down, find something that counters your unwanted emotions into happiness. If you're down, go somewhere fun and exciting. An arcade, the movies or anyplace else that makes you say "Cheerio my deerio.
Many people believe that you're either born happy or you're not. I believe happiness is a choice -- that you have the ability to create real and lasting happiness for yourself. We're always making choices and doing things to be happy - choosing what to eat, what clothes to wear, who to love, where to work. Some of our choices are good and others not but they're all based on our deep and impelling desire to be happy. Certainly genetics, your personality and nature, plays an important part in your happiness.
Thinking pattern plays an important role in any situation. Knowing own thought process and then covert into positive thinking may help in most of the situations, even at bad times. Most of the time our moods depend how we think about any situation. I think happiness is a choice,. People have control over what they think and how they act, both of those can affect your mood or attitude.