Life is your road to walk alone!
Friday, June 28
Sunday, June 23
*4 Hormones* which determine a *human's happiness.* Worth reading
*Dear friends ...*
As I sat in the park *after* my *morning walk,*
My wife came and slumped next to me.
*She had completed* her 30-minute jog. *We chatted* for a while. She said *she is not happy* in life. I looked up at her sheer disbelief since she seemed to have the best of everything in life.
*"Why do you think so?"*
"I don't know. Everyone tells I have everything needed, *but I am not happy.*
"Then I questioned myself, *am I happy? "No,"* was my inner voice reply.
Now, that was an *eye-opener for me.*
I began my quest to *understand the real cause* of my *unhappiness,*
I couldn't find one.
I dug deeper, *read articles,* spoke to life coaches but nothing made sense.
*At last my doctor* friend gave me the answer which put all my questions and doubts to rest.
*I implemented* those and will say I am *a lot happier person.*
She said, *there are four hormones* which determine a *human's happiness -*
It is important we *understand these hormones,*
as we *need all four* of them *to stay happy.*
Let's look at the *first hormone* the *Endorphins.*
*When we exercise, the body releases Endorphins.*
This hormone helps the body cope with the pain of exercising. We then *enjoy exercising* because these Endorphins will make us happy.
*Laughter is* another good way of *generating Endorphins.*
We need to spend *30 minutes exercising* every day, read or *watch funny stuff* to get our day's dose of Endorphins.
*The second hormone is Dopamine.*
In our journey of life, we accomplish many *little and big tasks, it releases* various levels of *Dopamine.*
*When we get appreciated for our work at the office or at home,* we feel accomplished and good, that is *because it releases Dopamine.*
This also explains *why* most *housewives* are *unhappy* since they *rarely* get *acknowledged* or appreciated *for their work.* Once, we join work, we *buy* a car, a house, the latest gadgets, a *new house* so forth. In each instance, it *releases Dopamine* and we become happy.
Now, do we realize why we become happy when we shop?
*The third hormone Serotonin* is released when we *act in a way that benefits others.*
When we transcend ourselves and give back to others or *to nature or to the society, it releases Serotonin.* Even, providing useful information on the internet like *writing information* blogs, answering peoples questions on Quora or *Facebook groups will generate Serotonin.*
That is *because* we will use our *precious time to help other* people via our answers or articles.
*The final hormone is Oxytocin,*
is released *when* we become *close to other human* beings.
When we *hug our friends* or family *Oxytocin is released.*
The *"Jadoo Ki Jhappi"* from Munnabhai *does really work.*
Similarly, when we *shake hands* or put our *arms around* someone's shoulders, various amounts of *Oxytocin is released.*
So, it is simple, we have to *exercise every day* to get *Endorphins,*
we have to *accomplish* little *goals* and get *Dopamine,*
we *need to* be *nice* to others to *get Serotonin* and
finally *hug our kids,*
friends, and families to *get Oxytocin* and we will *be happy.*
*When we are happy, we can deal* with our challenges and *problems better.*
Now, we can understand *why we need to hug a child who has a bad mood.*
*make your child* more and more *happy* day by day ...
1.*Motivate him to play* on the ground
2. *Appreciate your child* for his small big achievements
3. *inculcate sharing* habit through you to your child
4. *Hug* your child
*Have a Happy Life*.
Sunday, June 16
Wednesday, June 12
My Best Teacher is Bombay...
*Bombay Taught Me: whether you are a millionaire or a ragpicker you must love Samosa pav / Sandwich / Vadapav..
*@ Bombay Taught Me: It makes a lot of difference to catch a 8.55am local than to catch 9.05am local..
*@ Bombay Taught Me" How to behave, how to tackle problems, how to make friends in just 10 mins, how to behave at Global Stage..
*@ Bombay Taught Me: Distance is measured in time and not KM..
*@ Bombay Taught Me: There will always be someone to share the first drop of Monsoon or a pipping hot bhutta with me at Marine Drive..
*@ Bombay Taught Me: That if you can survive this city you can survive the world..
*@ Bombay Taught Me: That there is a vast difference between people traveling in Western, Central and Harbour line..
*@ Bombay Taught Me: That you can own huge bungalows in Pune or Bangalore, or buy a 2 BHK in Mumbai for the same price..
*@ Bombay Taught Me: There is something called 0.5 BHK, and you may not afford it..
*@ Bombay Taught Me: How to talk to strangers without feeling awkward..
*@ Bombay Taught Me: That problems can't be solved easily but can be kept away for a while by contemplatively sitting near sea..
*@ Bombay Taught Me: We can have bus friend, train friend, office friend, mohalla friend not only just school or college friend..
*@ Bombay Taught Me: To fight and never give up in life..
*Salute to Bombay*