Wishing you all, from this day 20th of March will be your happiest day and happiest year too.

I understood that, happiness is our choice. Today, from this moment, if you choose/wish to be happy. Just be happy. Nobody, not even a single living creature cannot make you sad.

It is totally up to you. If your mind and heart choosing be happy. Nothing will gonna upset you. Unless, you sabotage yourself. I think, this is the common rule. It took me 27 years to understand this common rule. Thank you almighty, at least, I understood now.

More often, I said to myself “no matter what, be happy”.

“Whatever it is, be happy”

“Be happy for no reason”.

There are some of the most relevant and moreover recognizable quotes by Buddha for happiness,

Mind is the master, so let’s train our mind to see learning curve and happiness in every situation.

Today is my birthday. My 27th birthday.

Sorry to say but, I wonder how I was born in March 20 (International Day of Happiness) sounds paradoxical. But anyway, I must stop wondering paradoxically from today onwards. I should be happy to live my live wisely and peacefully with a wider learning curve and altruistic mindset.

Quite wisely speaking, “life always gives us an opportunity to live, learn and deliver”. Let’s do it.

Respected readers,

Please correct me, if I am wrong. Success required in life that’s it, not ruthlessly required. Failures are the most valuable lessons in our life.

Whether success or failure, be happy. Nothing will gonna upset us. Do not let your success and failures to ruin your happiness and peace.

I think, every human has an inner/deeper heart, the place where the happiness and peace stays. Let’s keep our happiness and peace in that particular place. Never let any situation to affect that place.

Let’s proceed our life with happiness.

With respect.


“I prefer the pen. There is something elemental about the glide and flow of nib and ink on paper.”
― James Robertson, The Testament of Gideon Mack

“Like seeing a photograph of yourself as a child, encountering handwriting that you know was once yours but that now seems only dimly familiar can inspire a confrontation with the mystery of time.”
― Francine Prose, Reading Like a Writer: A Guide for People Who Love Books and for Those Who Want to Write Them

“Handwriting is the shackle of the mind.”
― Plato

“Handwriting is the garden of the sciences.”
― Abu Dulaf

“I’m in one of the few professions where one still encounters swaths of handwriting on a regular basis – education.”
― Anne Gisleson, The Futilitarians: Our Year of Thinking, Drinking, Grieving, and Reading

Two more bonus,

“the beauty and nobility, the august mission and destiny, of human handwriting.”
― George Bernard Shaw, Pygmalion

“Handwriting is a spiritual designing, even though it appears by means of a material instrument.”
― Euclid


With respect.