Your happiness, your rules

Many therapists, books and even your family will tell you that the most important things in your life are: money, traveling, success and etc. Actually, the most important thing in your life is your happiness. But, remember, your happiness. Many of you make a mistake with this term. Many of you believe that happiness must include several people. This is even worse for young people. For example. You want to buy a car. Young people like fast, non-practical cars. Your parents like estate cars with a diesel engine. If you want to make them happy, you will have to buy an estate car. But, if you want to make you happy, you will have to buy a car you like.

The point is, you must do things you like, not others. This means that many people in your life will disapprove something you do. This doesn’t mean that you are making a mistake. It means that they cannot understand you. Now, the real question is, why they must understand?

The point of life is to be happy. For someone it is to live on a desert island, someone like to be rich. You like something completely different. Your happiness, but your personal happiness is the most important in your life. There are no rules you must obey. You don’t need advice and you don’t need help. Your life, your rules. Maybe it sounds like a bumper sticker, but it is true. Every person is different. So when someone gives you an advice, it isn’t specially designed just for you, so it cannot be useful. If you don’t believe, ask yourself. What is the most important thing for you?