There are people for a lifetime struggling to find happiness. There are people who spend a lifetime struggling for happiness. Have you ever been startled to realize: Happiness is simple things ...
Happiness is when what you think, what you say and what you do get along.
Happiness is just a moment in a general drama about suffering.
The greatest happiness in the world is the unwavering belief that we are loved — loved for ourselves, or rather loved in spite of ourselves, love our ordinary life.
Everyone wants to do something great, that is, exist on earth, most people have great desires and plans for the future depending on their own preferences and passions. However, it is these desires and plans that sometimes make people just worry about fulfilling it and forget the little things in life. Therefore, a sentence is an affirmation of the value of success or something in life that is woven by the ordinary things in life. More deeply, it is a lesson for us to cherish every moment in the present moment, cherish every moment in ordinary life.
Dreaming is easy, but it is a difficult journey to fulfill your dreams. Happiness is the same, it is also caused by the joys accumulated in ordinary life. Under this trend, in order to achieve great things in life, we must also appreciate small successes each day.
To live is to ceaselessly aspire, to rise up to make life meaningful. However, the reality of great and great things is always harsh and makes those who are desperate to wonder and feel anxious. Frustrated by fear that you will not be able to cope with difficulties. Worry about failure lurks. Moreover, it is anxiety and anxiety that sometimes makes people forget about very ordinary life, but it is the "foundation" for great and great things. Because any great thing is made up of the very small in life. Greatness is always crystallized from ordinary life. Human failure to great and great things is caused by an attitude of contempt for the small or unknown in life. Only when people live to the fullness of each moment, and treasure the values of reality, do we wish to possess the things that the heart is cherishing.
Dreaming of big things is essential in life and a desire to do great things in life is welcome. Achieving great things, too, simple things in life, it can be success or failure, they are all the "pieces in the puzzle" that make up great things in life. When you start thinking big, make it from the small things. If you don't see results in a day or two, don't give up your patience. Small changes will bring us great and unexpectedly great successes that we also did not foresee.
Happiness is a simple thing, you open your heart to everyone, to life, then you will truly realize the value of happiness. No matter how great sadness you are, you will have confidence to overcome because you know happiness is all around us. Happiness we cannot grasp or capture it, we can only feel it. Maybe in the same thing you feel happy about, and the other person is not. Man is a miraculous creature created in this world, just being born in this world for everyone is a great ordinary life happiness. But many people do not realize this, do not know how to appreciate it. Happiness is what we want to achieve to have a beautiful new year life, but you should also dream about a perfect or distant happiness and live true to who you are, cherish and cherish. What I have to sympathize with and share with everyone and please open my heart to accept. That is true happiness that you don't have to find.
In order to achieve greatness, perseverance and commitment to the chosen ideal are essential. No one is born in a successful life. No person who exists on earth does great things at once.
Here are some quotes to help you have a ordinary life
1. “The "show business," which is so incorporated into our view of Christian work today, has caused us to drift far from Our Lord's conception of discipleship. It is instilled in us to think that we have to do exceptional things for God; we have not. We have to be exceptional in ordinary things, to be holy in mean streets, among mean people, surrounded by sordid sinners. That is not learned in five minutes.” - Oswald Chambers
2. “It might seem odd that in cities teetering at the edge of the abyss young people still go to class—in this case an evening class on corporate identity and product branding—but that is the way of things, with cities as with life, for one moment we are pottering about our errands as usual and the next we are dying, and our eternally impending ending does not put a stop to our transient beginnings and middles until the instant when it does.” - Mohsin Hamid
3. “Jane remembers those years, though, as if they had been [a movie]--in part because her friends...always talked about everything as if it was over ("Remember last night?"), while holding out the possibility that whatever happened could be rerun. Neil didn't have that sense of things. He thought people shouldn't romanticize ordinary life. Our struggles, our little struggles, he would whisper, in bed, at night. Sometimes he or she would click on some of the flashlights and consider the ceiling, with the radiant swirls around the bright nuclei, the shadows like opened oysters glistening in brine. (In the '80s, the champagne was always waiting.)” - Ann Beattie
4. “I am constantly mystified by what John ends up remembering… I just don’t understand why he’s able to hang on to information like that, while so many other more important memories evaporate. Then again, I suppose so much of what stays with us is often insignificant. The memories we take to the ends of our lives have no real rhyme or reason, especially when you think of the endless things that you do over the course of a day, a week, a month, a year, a lifetime. All the cups of coffee, hand-washings, changes of clothes, lunches, goings to the bathroom, headaches, naps, walks to school, trips to the grocery store, conversations about the weather—all the things so unimportant they should be immediately forgotten. Yet they aren’t. I often think of the Chinese red bathrobe I had when I was twenty-seven years old; the sound of our first cat Charlie’s feet on the linoleum of our old house; the hot rarefied air around aluminum pot the moment before the kernels of popcorn burst open. I think of these things as often as I think about getting married or giving birth or the end of the Second World War. What is truly amazing is that before you know it, sixty years go by and you can remember maybe eight or nine important events, along with a thousand meaningless ones. How can that be?You want to think there’s a pattern to it all because it makes you feel better, gives you some sense of a reason why we’re here, but there really isn’t any. People look for God in these patterns, these reasons, but only because they don’t know where else to look.Things happen to us: some of it important, most of it not, and a little of it stays with us till the end. What stays after that? I’ll be damned if I know.(pp.174-175)” - Michael Zadoorian
5. “There is something magical and transformational about saying “yes” to God. When you take His hand, step out of that boat (your ordinary, comfortable life), and be brave. Instead of spending your lifetime living in fear and playing it safe, you boldly walk in obedience. God makes you brave.” - Dana Arcuri
6. “What will be will be well, for what is is well,To take interest is well, and not to take interest shall be well.The domestic joys, the daily housework or business, the building of houses, are not phantasms, they have weight, form,location,Farms, profits, crops, markets, wages, government, are none of them phantasms,The difference between sin and goodness is no delusion,The earth is not an echo, man and his life and all the things of his life are well-consider'd. You are not thrown to the winds, you gather certainly and safely around yourself, Yourself! yourself! yourself, for ever and ever!” - Walt Whitman
7. “She [Thérèse] believed that the sublime splendour of ordinary existence was hidden from those who lived embedded in it, that for them the bread of every day must lose its savour. Only hearts like hers, fated to bear an infinite frustration, could feed on its intolerable absence.” - François Mauriac
8. “The more you spend your time in the ordinary streets, the more extraordinary things you will learn!” - Mehmet Murat ildan
9. “Claire says she used to think ordinary life was boring before I came out to her, but now she realizes that every ordinary moment has extraordinary worlds contained within it.” - Rachel Gold
10. “After all these months, lying there, unable to move a leg or a foot – how could he find perfection in such an average day?Then I realized that was the whole point.” - Mitch Albom
11. “The ordinary was the divine, where common sense met mystery, where logic kissed the cheek of the inexplicable, the immeasurable, immemorial spirit throbbing like veins beneath the hard gray asphalt of quotidian life.” - Tony Hendra
12. “Let us go to an ordinary street to feel that life is beautiful with all the ordinary things, with cats around, with children playing, with laundries hanged out, with people wandering aimlessly!” - Mehmet Murat ildan
13. “Peace can only be found in what your extraordinary imagination has defined as an ordinary life.” - Shannon L. Alder
14. “I thought that nothing enormously bad or good had happened to me during my life. All the normal things had occurred. I had lived a completely unremarkable life. I wanted only my home, and the love and safety of those around me, nothing else. I knew there was no particular reason why I was put on this earth, but here I was and I was glad to be here, awed by the beauty of it. It was a perfect moment. (p.99)” - Michael Zadoorian
15. “The wretchedness of ordinary life, endured so gaily when it is part of our normal existence, is made far worse when it comes as something new, and is exaggerated by the working of the imagination.” - Marcel Proust
16. “I marvelled, not for the first time, at the cruel complacency of ordinary things. But no, not cruel, not complacent, only indifferent, as how could they be otherwise? Henceforth, I would have to address things as they are, not as I imagine them, for this was a new version of reality.” - John Banville
17. “But the point was to be carefree, independent. Artists can't be hampered by the dailiness of ordinary life--Tony felt strongly about that. Doing the same things every day, forever bothered about money. Art has to be freed from all that.” - Penelope Lively
18. “It was what Joseph had missed most during the war, all the small, scattered pieces of the precious and luminous ordinary, evidence that life insists on continuing.” - Marisa de los Santos
19. “The beauty of ordinary lives of ordinary people in the ordinary streets is always extraordinary!” - Mehmet Murat ildan
20. “The most precious moments of war are the moments where the soldiers remember their ordinary calm lives before the war!” - Mehmet Murat ildan
21. “Tea with milk and sugar is so ordinary. We want to see a change, feel the necessity to bring colours other than the ordinary, in our lives. We feel liberated, enriched, superior. But we lose a part of nature, the ordinary beautiful essential nature in doing so.” - Anuradha Bhattacharyya
22. “I could live with failure. I had and would. But ORDINARY? Not a fucking chance.” - Quentin R. Bufogle
Happiness is when we find and cherish the joys and simple values of ordinary life. No matter who you are, in any position or in any situation, you have the right to choose to have a happy life.
Hope each of us can think when we want to stop, think about the reasons we started and think about the happy moments together! Everything in life has a price and learn to be calm and embrace it all. And the price of ordinary life is also equal to how many storms of youth, and to realize that we have to pay the price of years of difficult and stormy years. If we do not go through those trials, we would not have felt that precious thing forever.