The fundamental source of happiness and peace in life is “GOD” or “Almighty”. The more we feel attached and interconnected to the divine, the more we feel at serenity and tranquility; and consequently, the more we feel happy and content.
Wherever we go, whatever we do, peace and happiness will definitely be with us. And hence, the people around us will also unearth peace through us.
It is like a chain reaction, or the reverberation effect. For instance, Echo pursues sound and is unerringly, identical as the later. In a same manner, we receive the same from others, what we give them. And of course, the functional end result of receiving is more than in actuality.
So, if we genuinely desire for happiness in our life then give others the same we want from them. If we want admiration and reverence from them, then give them that. If we want good do good; if we want evil do evil. As simple as that; they say, “What you sow, is what you reap”, stands exactly true in this case.
Let’s clearly understand one thing, our thoughtful and pleasing speech, which is easy on everyone’s ear, provides others with peace, source of pleasure and love; and satiate us with the gratification of providing others with such marvelous and exceptional feelings.
Pleasant and harmless speech nourishes the good, upright qualities within us; fills up our spirit and soul with untainted force and vigor. And it makes our mind more enlightened. Such speech is the reflection of God’s true blessings to the mankind. And with the help of God’s grace and a piece of good fortune, we perform good deeds and do ours and everyone else’s good.
And by that, we could adorn and shield the veracity of life.
Let’s all not speak such words which impair somebody’s sentiments or could cause someone’s detriment. Embittered and resentful words cannot protect the veracity of life. They negate and nullify the existence of whatever little essence of truth, lying in your speech; and it portray our speech in a perilous and demeaning way, which surely could not be liked and appreciated by anyone.
The one, who has a filthy tongue, has a filthy heart, as well. To be able to give love to people and to be able to be loved by someone, we necessarily need to work upon our speech and the words we employ in our daily conversation with others. That is how only, we could be able to discover the actual quintessence of life; and thus, the quest of our happiness shall satiate.
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