What is chill?
I am not talking about the unpleasant feeling of the coldness of the weather, or your body reaction when you are frightened because of certain events.
I am talking about ‘chill’ of the other kind.
If you are a ‘chill’ guy
- I can tell you that you are lucky enough to be relaxed all the time despite the various ‘urgencies’ hitting your life
- It can also imply that you are an easy-going personality
- You believe in the ‘Take it easy policy’
- You worry least since you know that there is a protecting hand from ‘Above’
- You are also tolerant in your attitude and manner
- You are not the one who gets easily upset
Are happiness and chill the same?
My friend, I am surprised to note that every time you bring the topic of ‘happiness’ as if it’s an eluding item or forbidden in your life.
Not just you, everybody always talks only about ‘happiness’ as if it’s available only in Heaven and not possible on Earth.
Now I get it.
We, the humans are ‘happiness crazy’ BS creatures in this world.
Now coming to the point of chill vs happiness.
They are different.
Chilling is possible if you are in happiness.
To get happiness, what one should do?
There are trillions of formulas but non can help you to achieve happiness.
Don’t drag me into a discussion about substances of abuse etcetera.
I am talking about the ‘real’ and permanent happiness and not ‘artificial’ or ‘temporary’ happiness.
OK. Where should you start?
My friend, happiness starts from you, from your inside thoughts and your inside vibes.
“I’m the most chill person I know. I’m happy with myself. I’m not perfect, but I’m cool with that” Freddie Prinze, Jr
And if you want me to dig deeper there are six ways to achieve happiness so that it’s easy for you ‘chill out.
But sadly you are not willing to listen to me.
“6 Ways To Give Your Mind A Break: Stop stressing, Stop worrying, Give rest to the problems weighing you down, Lighten up, Forgive yourself, Forgive others.” Germany Kent
Any message at the end?
“We are all, whether we know it or not, in search of a way to enrich, to drink during the fizz, to inhale deeper our gifts, in a desperation for some little understanding before death” Mary Sarton
Thank you for visiting my site and taking your time to read.
Take care, my friend.
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