How To Be Happy In Life: You Must Live Not From Need But From Love


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Life is a wonderful journey, full of joy, fulfilment and grandeur. Despite the greatness and beauty of life, many of us are in constant sorrow and despair.

Anxiety has taken over the lives of many as we continuously trouble our minds and existence with misplaced priorities.

In order for us to enjoy the beauty of life and be at peace with ourselves, we must begin to live not from need but from love.

Are you running a race because you’ve told yourself you need to or are you doing so because you love it?

Instead of allowing our goals and dreams to push us toward a bright and fulfilling future, many of us have allowed our dreams to blind us to the immense abundance that is right now.

Do you get up from your bed each day to head towards work or whatever you do just because you need to or because you love to?

Without immense love, you will continue to miss the beauty and elegance of life.  Pressure to achieve and to meet set targets burdens life, making it far difficult to live.

For one to escape the despair and constant panic rooted in anxiety which have engulfed the lives of many, life must be redefined—by living not from need but from love.

Instead of simply being and enjoying what there is to being in life, many of us are rather obsessed with getting.

Until you begin to give more attention and priority to the most meaningful things in life such as experience, spending quality time with those that matter to you, helping others and be able to distant yourself from the unlimited things of acquisition, your life will always be pressured—thereby missing the hidden treasures of life.

Don’t fall for the illusion of ‘future happiness’. Enjoy today and each moment of your life. If anything can ever be compromised or postponed in your life, it should never be your joy.

Remember, life is beautiful but for you to experience its beauty, you must live from love and not from need.


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Chris-Vincent Agyapong Febiri, Esq
I am a Hedonist, Contrarian, Traveller, Lawyer, Atheist, Thinker, Writer, Minimalist & a Professional Truth Sayer.

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