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Ultimate Guide To Living A Happy Life

By on Jun 8, 2014 | 6 comments

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I’m pleased to make the ultimate guide to living a happy life available in the public domain through this Super Blog. Don’t worry, I’m not going to present you with tens of hundreds of pages of wisdom. In fact, my years of observation and research has allowed me to summarise the secret key to a happy life not in a page, not in a paragraph, not in a sentence, not in a couple of words; but just two rock solid words! Incredible it may sound; but every bit of what I’ve written above is 100% truth. It’s very important to put the things in the right context so that the chemicals and pulses in your brain are well aligned to understand the theory. The most beautiful part of the whole guide is that it does not expect you to do anything special; in fact, it doesn’t want that you do anything at all! Interesting, right?

Understanding The Source Of Frustration

Frustration is a result of mismatch between your expectations from yourself and reality. If you do not agree, try applying that to anything that’s frustrating you just right now. It could be your salary, job, personal or professional life, traffic, government etc. The reality, in every case, is quite different from what you want it to be. That’s causing all the frustration.

Frustration is one of the biggest obstacle in the path to a happy life.

The Ultimate “Two-Word” Guide To Living A Happy Life

Take a deep breath before clicking on the following button that hides the secret you always wanted to know! I mean it.

The Ultimate Secret

Accept Yourself!

That’s right! Accept yourself just the way you are! Accept that you are meant to be mediocre. Accept yourself as a person with limited abilities who will achieve limited things in life. Accept yourself and do *NOT* try to improve anything! Because when you try to achieve something, improve something; you’ll experience frustration and failure. The only way to fix that is to accept yourself just as you are. If you are a bad singer; do not try to practice. If you are fat; accept it – and do not try to commit yourself to doing exercise. Because that’d mean you’ll have to get up early in the morning, sweat the hell out of you and be tired. You see, the trouble starts when you refuse to accept yourself and try to make yourself better.

Instead, be just the way you are. You will live a very happy and successful life.


  1. Harish

    June 14, 2014

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    I found your site on Google and read a few of your other entires. Nice Stuff. I’m looking forward to reading more from you.

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