Hello everyone -this might have to be my last blog for some time.
I have learnt many lessons.
There are people who appreciate the goodness in life – people who care and create good for others.
Many others seem to thrive on destroying lives, the good in life and positive creations – often simply due to greed and misleading assumptions.
Do we in general focus too much on thriving and gaining from the misery of others?
How many TV shows do we happily watch where people are in pain, misery and suffering – with us not realising that this “show” might be some one else’s “real world”.
How often do we make assumptions of someone or something?
How often are we aware that our “judging” of someone or something on assumptions may create pain and suffering for others?
How often do we look behind people’s smiles … and perhaps see their tears?
How often do we care about others around us? How often do we consciously notice others around us? I’m not just talking about our closest family and friends here …
One thing I noticed is that destroying others and making others suffer does not create happiness and often leads to piling on loads of “unhappy kilos” in people.
As much as many people gain “unhappy” kilos from being mistreated by others. The cruel “others” quite often face the same physical problems including weight gain, an unhealthy body and diseases.
This has a very simple reason. Creating and thriving on unhappiness, other people’s misery and pain is not something our mind/sole likes.
Our true mind/sole wants to connect and create happiness because that’s exactly what we all want for ourselves, true? So true happiness only comes from giving happiness.
So how can we easily lose some kilos and stay healthy?
Simple answer: Focus on giving and helping rather then destroying other people’s lives. Think of the feelings and needs of anyone who is part of your life at any moment in time. This can be a stranger, your client, the person sitting behind you, a child in fear or the most likely terrified “teenager” bull in the slaughterhouse who is possibly going to be your next meal.
What I learned is that creating “health” comes from giving, gratitude and from respecting others. Not from making assumptions and creating pain.