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The Secret of True Happiness in Life & the Concept of Change and Self
Pages 5 (1255 words)
As a toddler, then as a teenager and then as an adult, I have been wanting one thing or another, but nothing made me feel happier than when I learnt the most important secret of life – selflessness!…
As human beings, materialism is our weakness. We fall for things, for power, money and authority. At different stages in life, we want different things. We derive pleasure from different kinds of activities and want to attain different kinds of things. Having reflected upon my life, I have realized that it was fundamentally material that I always craved for. As a toddler, then as a teenager and then as an adult, I have been wanting one thing or another, but nothing made me feel happier than when I learnt the most important secret of life – selflessness!
As a child, I had a craze for the Barbie Dolls. I had a lot of them. Although I have very vivid idea of the dreams I used to see when I was only four or five years old, yet I have never forgotten one of them. In the first, one of my Barbie Dolls had the power to fly. She was flying over the mountains and glided through the corridors of my school. Along the way came a stream and she swam through its water and reemerged on the other side to take the flight again. Our dreams are to much an extent a reflection of our thoughts. Rene Descartes rightly said, “I am accustomed to sleep and in my dreams to imagine the same things that lunatics imagine when awake” (“Rene Descartes Quotes” 1). When I woke up, I was mesmerized. I wanted to fly like my Barbie Doll. The feel of flying was so lovely and refreshing that I can still sense the pleasance when I am recounting those moments. ...
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