“Let us be grateful to people who make us happy; they are charming gardeners who make our souls blossom” – Marcel Proust

What is happiness? It seems like an odd question, but is it? Do you know how to define happiness? Do you think happiness is the same thing to you as it is to others? For every person, happiness has different meaning. For me happiness is spending good time with my loved one’s. Happiness is choice I make. Be yourself and be best version of yourself. Don’t try to please others.

Last time I wrote article do what makes you happy? It was about choose your dreams carefully, choose what you want to do, believe in that and be happy always.

There is always something wonderful about time we spend with our friends and family, we love. I believe there is nothing more important in this world than our families and friends who surround us – who love us. They help set the foundation of who we become and how we evolve into the best versions of ourselves by the love that they give – in their own unique ways.

As we look back at our lives, it’s hard to recall a moment of great happiness that was at least spent with our loved ones.

I love my family and friends and I love to spend time with them. That is happiness for me.

Be so happy that when others look at you they become happy too. Life only comes around once, so do whatever makes you happy, and be with whoever makes you smile. Start each day with a grateful heart.

As I said for every person happiness has different meaning I would like to know what makes you happy? What’s your definition of happiness? Waiting for your comments.

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Miracle is another name of Hardwork

Many believe in miracles, as I do. Everyday, millions of people wish for a miracle. However, I also believe in the value of hard work.

Life can sometimes feel hopeless, like being in a dark hole a mile down. However, you can change any situation with extreme hard work. Hard work is a main ingredient for Miracle.

Working hard may seem boring and tedious, but it can be counted on to get the job done time and time again.

When I was in School l was not a very bright student academically, I was slow. Even so, I was Hard-working and I believe that my hard work is the only reason that helped me to reach my goals and at the same time, my mom gave me the mantra of hard work and she told me how from hard work my dad achieved what he has. In college days, I discovered the true value of hard work. I spent hours studying. Still I wondered if I had any chance of getting a good grade. My hard work and effort allowed me to achieve goals I never thought were possible like working with big media giants of country.

In school days I always use to wish for a magic stick for help in my exams. However, slowly, I realised there is no such thing called Miracle stick. My uncle gave me the Book of Miracles and then I realised the importance of Hard work ; extreme hard work ; was the miracle I needed.Work hard and don’t give up. Instead, they rely on constant effort and perseverance. Goals achieve slowly and methodically with careful planning along the way. Hard work may seem boring, but it is the only way to accomplish your goals. So believe in yourself and Hardwork to achieve your goals. Anything is possible in this world.

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Love of my life 💖

With my Husband

I met him in 2009, he proposed me on 14 February 2010, and we got married on 23 November 2010. The love that we share has grown so strong that it has become unbreakable now.

We’ve been through a lot of ups and downs that sometimes brought us to the edge of saying good-bye. However, together, both of us found our way back to each other. We just couldn’t stand being apart anymore.

A successful marriage requires falling in love many times with each other in many ways. We both are different in many ways…we belong from different states, our language is different; eating habits are different and above all our culture is different, but we know how to give each other space and how to respect each other individual differences but still together and standing by each other.

With our daughter Kyaraa

Ingredients of successful marriage:

  • Love each other differences.
  • Respect.
  • Give each other time.
  • Honesty and trust.
  • Selflessness.
  • Understanding.
  • Generosity.
  • Good communication like listening and respecting each other thoughts.
  • Commitment.
  • Give each other space.

So be happy and love your partner 💖

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Perfection or Joy : choose wisely.

I always struggle with trying to achieve perfection. That can make me ambitious and resourceful. However, now I feel no one perfect then why I always run behind perfection. In College days my friends use to call me miss perfect. Striving to be perfect is not only exhausting, it opens you up to an all-or-nothing attitude. I used to think, if I can’t be perfect, then I won’t do it.

Many of us spend our whole lives in that pursuit of perfection, and therefore, we often suffer unnecessarily.

Many people spend their lives striving for perfection; perfection in the way they look, where they work, and their relationships. Perfection is as elusive as silence. You can never quite reach perfection; and just when you think, you’ve achieved it; Something shifts, and it’s lost. It’s even difficult to describe true perfection. There is no perfect Job, no perfect boss sometimes no perfect family. If anything matters in this life that is only Joy and happiness.

The study measured three types of perfectionism : Self-oriented, Socially prescribed and Other-oriented.

When things don’t happen the way, you want, you start denying reality itself. So getting obsessed to do things done in your way in the perfect order leads to trouble. The best thing is that let’s not run behind pursuits of perfection let’s run behind pursuits of happiness, and everything will fall in place automatically.

Rather than striving to be perfect, whatever ‘perfect’ may be, strives to be the best version of yourself. Perfection can only be achieved by healthy mind. It takes practice to silence the perfect gremlins. However, over time, you will find that it gets easier. That’s how you let go of perfection and find joy.

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Painting Activity with little Miss Kyaraa 💖

Painting can help your children communicate their emotions or feelings. Through the use of different colors, they can express themselves without the use of words. Painting allows children an educational opportunity that is also fun and exciting. I always encourage my little one to paint whatever she wants.

Kyaraa wanted to do some painting activity. She loves paints, bright colours and whenever she has nothing to do, she asks me for brush and paints.

We stay in an apartment in Mumbai, which has a small gallery too.

I was thinking to get some beautiful plant pots since a while as the pots which we have are the ugly black and brown pots. I thought why not paint the pots today itself creatively and add to the gallery garden’s beauty.

That’s when we both decided to paint our own pots. We ended up creating a lot of mess but as we all know to make a masterpiece, a little bit of mess is the first requirement !!! Kyaraa really enjoyed this activity, and results were amazing.

Happy Smiley face 😇

Kyaraa busy in painting

My favorite one with combination of white, gold and black.

Completely involve as want to impress her Dad with some amazing stuff.

Happy Gallery

Kyaraa painted and I gave it final touch with tooth brush spray painting.

Thinking deeply

Finally all done and we are very happy.

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The Art of writing

Picture I found in my daughter Classroom.

Today I got to saw this picture. Wow, immediately I saw it, I wanted to share it. Writing is thinking on paper and now on your laptop. You write because you have something to say. Proper words in proper place describe art of writing. I think there are two sorts of writers: one those who think and other who cause others to think. So keep writing, no matter what.

Thank you 💖

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Vision is important in life. A vision is the bigger picture. It defines you who you want to be. When I saw “prompt word – Vision by Richa” it took me to my graduation final year time. It was year 2003.

In 2003, I started learning how to change my life and my habits, by writing my vision notes in my diary. I want to share those notes with you. If you check carefully the date is written below in calendar. Thanks to Richa that I explored that time again.

Notes written by me in year 2003

So, I feel nothing better than sharing these old notes for prompt vision.

Thank you for reading 💖

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