Happy people are happy not because they are the wealthiest or healthiest or without challenges, but because they have positive traits in their lives and they do things differently from unhappy people.
According to Dalai Lama; “Happiness is not something ready-made. It comes from your own actions.”
These are some of the things happy people do differently.
1. THEY MOVE ON
Happy people move on from the past; they don’t let their past mistakes hold them down.
2. THEY SEE THE GOOD SIDE OF EVERYTHING
Happy people love to see the positive side of things; even during bad days, they are still optimistic.
3. THEY DO WHAT THEY LOVE
Happy people have a passion for what they love; they follow their passion with all their hearts and do the things that make them happy.
4. THEY DON’T LET WHAT PEOPLE SAY HOLD THEM DOWN
If you always have to listen to what people say, you would never have a happy life. Happy people don’t let what people say hold them bound; they don’t even pay attention to side talks — they see it as negative energy.
5. THEY ARE PASSIONATE
Happy people are passionate about life, their dreams and their goals and they follow their passion. This keeps the fire and desire in them burning.
6. THEY DON’T LET SMALL THINGS BOTHER THEM
If you let the little things bother you, they would bring you down even more than the major things. Happy people know this and they don’t sweat over stuffs like these.
7. THEY TREAT OTHER PEOPLE NICELY
Happy people are good, kind and have a beautiful heart. They treat people with love and respect.
8. THEY DON’T GIVE EXCUSES
Happy people take responsibilities for their actions; they don’t give excuses, instead they tend to get the job done.
9. THEY SURROUND THEMSELVES WITH POSITIVE AND HAPPY PEOPLE
Happy people surround themselves with other happy and positive people, and this makes it easier for them to be happy.
10. THEY SEE CHALLENGES AS OPPORTUNITIES
While unhappy people see the problems in challenges, happy people tend to look for opportunities. They also learn from their failures and move on.
Happy people don’t wait for good things to happen before they become happy; they make happiness a lifestyle and culture — it is part of them.