about life by bdharbani


									*- -* HAPPINESS

A 92-year-old man who has
taste, confident, and proud of himself,
who always dressed every day since 8 o'clock,
with her hair neatly though he's blind,
go to a nursing home today.
His wife of 70 years recently passed away,
so he must go into a nursing home.

After waiting patiently for several hours in the lobby,
She smiled sweetly when told his room was ready.
When he goes to follow guide to the elevator,
I described the state of her little room,
including the curtains at his window.
I liked it, he said with enthusiasm as a
8 year old kid who just got a dog.

Sir, you have not seen the room, hold on those words.
It has nothing to do, he replied.
Happiness is something you decide in early.
Am I going to like it or not,
does not depend on how the furniture was arranged
but how do I set pik nku ira.
I've decided to love it. That is a decision that I made
every morning when I woke up.
I have a choice: I could spend time
in bed telling the difficulties that occur
me because there are parts of his body can not function anymore,
or out of bed and thank you for the parts that are still functioning.
Every day is a gift, and as long as my eyes open,
I will focus on new and
all beautiful and happy memories I've ever had and I put them.
Just for this time in my life.
Old age is like a mistress dibank.
We'll take from that we have stored.
So, my advice to you is to save as much as possible
happiness in our memory bank.
Thanks to you who have been filling my memory bank.
I'm saving.

Recall the five simple rules to be happy:
1. Deliver your heart from hatred.
2. Free your mind from worries.
3. Live modestly.
4. Give more (give more)
5. Do not expect too much (expect less)

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