Shabnam Almammadova

Baku, Azerbaijan

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Shabnam Almammadova
Posted over 2 years ago
Can we really become happier? Happier ourselves? Can we create happier places to work? Or even happier societies?
The perfect happy society example for me was the one I observed in Bali (an Indonesian island). Everyone was smiling, happy and peaceful. Our of my observations, there were three reasons: 1. Everyone is very religious there (ideology and moral satisfaction); 2. Everyone is busy with something, even if not employed, they paint, or carve, or sew stuff and sell (being busy with something and belonging somewhere); 3. There is no big difference between rich and poor (less ambitions)
142802
Shabnam Almammadova
Posted over 2 years ago
Can we really become happier? Happier ourselves? Can we create happier places to work? Or even happier societies?
I spent two long years on looking for happiness... I read about it, chased it, learnt it, observed it and found it... Being happy requires a training. Like a baby, who learns to walk and falls down a lot, you also need to train yourself to stay positive, peaceful and happy no matter what... Every person has a frequency. Those, who are on high frequency are happy. How do you lift your frequency? Every kindness you do for others, every positive thought you think, every smile, every "thank you" lifts your frequency... And like a baby mastering walking, by time you also master happiness...