”Do not take life too seriously. You will never get out of it alive”.
It means keep moving. Let it go. Enjoy life while you can. Bad things happen, but so do the good things. Don’t close your door to opportunities or relationships just because of one bad experience.
It also means that don’t be sensitive or too reactive to events and behavior around you. And the main thing enjoys life. People keep working hard their whole life thinking, they will enjoy when they retire. Guess what happens, by retirement they have health issues, sleep issues, diet restrictions. No matter how perfect we plan it, how much we earn- one day we all have to leave. So smile often, laugh often, hang out with friends, lend a helping hand and the ultimate key is don’t be judgemental, instead be forgiving.
Every day you are faced with a million little traps that encourage you to take your life way too seriously. The frustrations of 21st-century living come in many forms such as slow internet connections, people who drive at a snail’s pace and choosing what to wear to an event with an ambiguous dress code. It is easy to get caught up in perpetual flow of decisions and events that make up our lives and to forget that most of the challenges we are faced with are only as stressful as we choose to let them be. Next time you are tempted to smash your computer or lash out in a fit of road rage, remember these reasons not to take life so seriously.
* Relationships are all that matter:-Time and time again when researchers have tried to figure out what makes people happy they have come to the same conclusion: personal relationships make the biggest difference. If we valued our happiness over money (as many of us claim to) we would do everything we could to spend time with friends and family and not worry so much about putting in extra time at work. When you look back on your life, you won’t reflect on the time you spent at work; you will remember family dinners, great vacations, romantic dinners, and your wedding. Prioritize people over your career.
* Rich people aren’t happier people:-Spending more time at home or with friends will probably have a negative impact on the balance of your bank account. Just reading that sentence probably sent a wave of panic through some of you, but consider the fact that wealth is not correlated with happiness. In fact, once you have enough money to satisfy your basic needs, money makes very little difference in your overall well-being. The only exceptions are if you give your extra money to charity or if it significantly boosts your social rank.
* Worrying isn’t productive:-Some of us even end up stressed out in situations where it is totally unwarranted. For example, you might find yourself visiting a new city like London or Paris and end up thoroughly confused by the transit system. You can’t find out how to get where you want to go and it makes you want to scream. But what are you accomplishing by stressing yourself out? Nothing. Take a step back and laugh at yourself. Go with the flow and end up where you end up. Getting lost in a new city will lead to a way better story than going to some stuffy museum anyway.
* Your time is limited:-If worrying is unproductive and money doesn’t make us happy, why do we waste so much time on those things? You only get to live one life. If you’re lucky enough to make it to age 90 you still have less than 800,000 hours between the time you are born and the time you die to cherish and enjoy all the things that make up life. One-third of that time you won’t even be awake for, so you had best make the most of the remaining chunk. Do what you need to do to live a happy and fulfilled life, and forget what anyone else tells you.