THE INDIA RISE
Yashika Anand – (email@example.com)
Most people don’t discover what life is all about until just before they die. While we are young, we spend our days striving and keeping up with special expectations. We are busy chasing life’s big pleasures that we miss out on the little one’s, like dancing barefoot on a rainy day with our kids or planting a rose garden or watching the sun come up. We live in a age where we have conquered the highest of mountains but have yet to master our selves, We have taller buildings but shorter tempers, more possessions but less happiness, fuller minds but emptier lives.
Do not wait until you are on your deathbed to realize the meaning of life and the precious role you have to play within it. All too often, people attempt to live their lives backwards: they spend their days striving to get the things that will make them happy rather than having the wisdom to realize that happiness is not a place you reach but a state you create. Happiness and a life of deep fulfillment come when you commit yourself, from the very core of your soul, to spending your highest human talents on a purpose that makes a difference in others’ lives. when all the clutter is stripped away from your life, its true meaning will become clear: to live for something more than yourself. stated simply, THE PURPOSE OF YOUR LIFE IS THE LIFE OF PURPOSE.
And as we are facing a corona-virus pandemic , global outbreak, we can find out the purpose of our lives and work on it accordingly and find ways and methods to accomplish the meaning of our lives. let you days be spent in work that is engaging, on pursuits that are inspiring and with people who are loving.
I’d like to leave you with the following words of George Bernard Shaw, which captures the essence, This is the true joy in life, being used for a purpose recognized by yourself as a mighty one, being a true force of nature instead of a feverish little clod of ailments and grievances complaining that the world will not devote itself to making you happy.