Maybe I am answering this question for the 17695th time. “How do I manage to be happy all the time?” Firstly I’m happy MOST OF the times, not all the time. Lol. That is inhuman. Secondly, idk it is just that, how you are willing to feel. We don’t realise how much easy it is to fool our minds. No matter what happens I always tell myself “acha koi masla nahi hai” and it actually helps. If sth doesn’t go according to plan, e.g cancelled hangouts, sudden tests, I take it easy (doesn’t mean i perform good :p just that sir pr sawar nahi krti) all these things are part of life. Understand it. Anddd never hold grudges! Forgive people. Forget what they did. Your mind is too precious to store people’s bullshit :p never give others enough power to mess up your mood. If something doesn’t add up, it is okay! If people say bad about you, let them. I won’t ask you to never feel bad. We cannot control our emotions that much. Feel sad, angry, tired, pissed off or whatever BUT only for a while, then get up and smile. Let it go. Make yourself a priority. Embrace your flaws. Embrace yourself. NEVER ever hate yourself. We all make mistakes. There is nothing that cannot be fixed. Life is literally just too short.
Every day is a new opportunity. Every single thing happens for a reason. All you need to do is nothing. Be at peace. Let the life happen. And flow with it. With pure intensions. And remember you never need a reason to be happy. (Incase you need one, smile for your haters, it sets them on fire )
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I thought I’d start the day on a positive note so bought myself a present
Aren’t these roses so pretty! They made me think of this quote...it is so true, bad things and good things happen every day and all we can control is our reaction to them.
I am trying to connect with these two ladies because I didn't get their names. Can you help me by sharing this? Last Sunday, Mike and I spent the afternoon at the Dallas Farmers Market! We love to head down there and wander the aisles, sample the food and talk to the vendors. It will surprise you all that I will easily strike up a conversation with anyone and everyone!
As we were wandering through the Boho Market this past week, this scene made me stop in my tracks. I do not know these ladies. They do not know me. But they literally made me catch my breath and stop to take this photo.
When I approached them to say how beautiful they are and how this scene made me tear up, I learned that they are grandmother and granddaughter. They were spending the day together and the granddaughter said that they were just realizing how much they have in common. A task as simple as sitting in an outdoor market, talking, enjoying each other makes you realize what is really important in life.
I want to find them just to let them know that they touched me. They are beautiful. Their simple act of "connecting" with each other reminded me of my own grandmother and how I'd give anything to sit on a couch in an open air market again and just talk to her.
Life is just short. Thank you, ladies, for that reminder! . . . . #DallasFarmersMarket#bohomarket#teamtowensbeauty#grandmothers#granddaughter#lifeisshort#enjoythesmallstuff#takethetime#connectwithfamily#looking#helpfmefindthem