The Insight

As someone said, “Wisdom can be learned but it cannot be taught.” It took me 35 years of my life to learn how to be content and happy in little things. Surprisingly, the teacher who showed me that, was my 6 year old daughter! I came to know that it’s the attitude and the perception towards the life that I needed to change.

My daughter showed me that we can be super excited and happy about a small toy with the Kinder Joy, a flower or a flying bird. So, I started to look for things which are nearer to me, which gives me true happiness everyday.

In my next blog, I will continue with those tiny but important things that matters, and yet, usually get neglected because of our fast lives.

4 thoughts on “The Insight

  1. I’m really enjoying reading your blog. It’s a beautiful and honest space you are creating here. I relate to you as well. My children are also the one’s who woke me up to a different way of living life. Just like you shared I am finding joy and happiness are found in the smallest of moments each day. I look forward to following you on here. Sending you love…

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words. I’m really glad that you can relate to me. It’s so good to hear about your children and how they inspire you. Thank you for following my blog and I’m following you as well.

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