Life can’t be called life without pain.We are going to share success and happiness quotes with you today.
There are only two kinds of people in the world who do not know what pain is: children who are not yet worldly, and people who have lost the ability to think normally, such as vegetarians, but otherwise all normal people have a wealth of emotions such as joy, anger, sadness, and so on.
Success and Happiness Quotes
1. “There is more to life than increasing its speed.” Mahatma Gandhi
2. “Life is a series of natural and spontaneous changes. Don’t resist them-that only creates sorrow. Let reality be reality. Let things flow naturally forward in whatever way they like.” Lao Tzu
3. “In the end, it’s not the years in your life that count. It’s the life in your years.” Abraham Lincoln
It is as they say: warriors are not without tears, just with tears are still running; heroes are not without desire, just do not be a slave to desire; men are not without weeping, just with tears can not play softly; strong people are not without pressure, just good at resolving pressure; happy people are not without pain, just can always overcome the pain. It has even been said that pears are most beautiful, and eyes that have not shed tears are not charming. So, normal people will have different emotional performance, the key is to rely on our own self-adjustment, try to maintain a happy dominant emotions.
Countless successful people throughout the ages have told us with happy tears vs sad tears: “The sharp edge of the sword is hardened from the grind, the fragrance of plum blossoms from the bitter cold, suffering is often the best wealth. As long as you are not afraid of difficulties, especially love the pain, painful experience and experience is not only practice, but also exercise, not only exercise, but also grinding, not only grinding, but also experience. Mencius has long had words in the first: the heavens will descend upon the people, must first suffer its mind, labor its sinews and bones, starve its body and skin, empty its body, line disorder its actions, so the heart and patience, once benefit its can not.
Happiness is the result of comparison, and life is the result of experience. Only people who have experienced suffering will value happiness more, know more about happiness, and know more about caring and helping others. So, frustration is the saving grace, misfortune is also a blessing, yesterday’s suffering is tomorrow’s most valuable wealth, this is a thousand true words of wisdom.
For those who are now living in poverty, or working in a difficult job, not only should they not be pessimistic, but they should be happy.
Happiness is comparative, today’s happiness is compared with yesterday’s hardship out. In other words, the more bitter yesterday, the more you may feel today’s good. Therefore, today’s poverty and hardship, is “God” to your special test and special reward, because this prize is not everyone can recognize its great value, once you can be discerning, with a positive attitude and action to face it, it is a huge asset in your life. Your perseverance today is creating greater success and happiness for tomorrow. According to the comparative character of happiness, you will probably be the happiest person. Even today, with the right values of happiness, you will certainly have a sense of accomplishment and satisfaction within you that your counterparts do not have, because you can face poverty and hardship positively and optimistically. This is not something that anyone can do; it is the potential of a great man and the trait of happy success.
4. “What we think determines what happens to us, so if we want to change our lives, we need to stretch our minds.” Wayne Dyer
5. “There is no passion to be found playing small-in settling for a life that is less than the one you are capable of living.” Nelson Mandela
7. “I’ve failed over and over and over again in my life and that is why I succeed.” Michael Jordan
8. “The biggest adventure you can take is to live the life of your dreams.” Oprah Winfrey
9. “Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.” Thomas A. Edison
10. “Life is not about how fast you run or how high you climb, but how well you bounce.” Vivian Komori
In order to be truly happy, you need to know how to defuse pain, but also learn to be kind to criticism.
It’s human nature to love to hear praise, but smart people know better: criticism is also a rare opportunity and a shortcut to fast growth. According to our observation over the years, criticism is nothing more than the following three situations: first, you are really wrong, the superior realistically criticize you.
If you can humbly accept it, deeply reflect on it, and immediately improve it, then it is undoubtedly a great benefit to your growth and progress. One is that your improved attitude makes the leader satisfied; two is that your improved actions make progress; three is that your improved results make the leader more pleased.
The second is that you were not wrong, but the superior got it wrong and criticized you; he didn’t mean to do it, and it may have been due to incomplete knowledge of the situation. If you do not make an explanation, and no complaints, in order to nothing more than the correct attitude, and in the future work to do better, then when the leader once found himself wrong, will be impressed with you, will also double to appreciate you, reuse you.
Third, you’re good, but your superior criticizes you very harshly. But it’s intentional on his part. Because, he decided to immediately reuse you and boldly promote you to an important position that would make others jealous, and for that reason, once again put you to a special test to see how much you can bear and what your mind is made of. If you are treated as you were in the second case, you will be rehired immediately. If you don’t stand the test, this piece of history will never be known and you will miss out on one of the greatest opportunities of your life as a result.
Learning to grow faster in the face of criticism is an important shortcut to happiness.