Happiness Is Shared, Not Kept

I’ve learned in life that I cannot find true happiness on my own. I’ve got to find it “in” someone else’s happiness.
Happiness is uncontainable. When you give it away, the recipient cannot contain it all not because he or she does not want to but because he or she just really cannot keep it all. The excess will return to you. Haven’t you noticed, when you’ve made someone happy, you feel twice or even thrice of the happiness that the other person feels?
Hindi pa ba kayo nakarining ng kwento ng mga taong hindi makakain na hindi kasama ang partner nila?
How about yung mga taong hindi makatulog hanggat hindi nakakauwi yung hinihintay?
Happiness is not made to be kept but to be shared. If you think you’re doing something that can make you happy but you’re still unhappy, aren’t you keeping it to and for yourself? Try to share it with someone. In life, the preposition “with” makes a lot of difference. Maybe you need to share it with your kids, with your spouse, with your parents, with your siblings, with your house-helpers, with your employees, with your clients, and with your friends. Discern.
A generous person will prosper; whoever refreshes others will be refreshed. – Proverbs 11:25
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Jaycee De Guzman


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