She lived a happy life. She never let loneliness captivate her. She had the best of friends, the best of hobbies like reading, listening to music and playing her PS3. The one thing which gave her a lot of joy was a smile. Smile from any random person would actually make her day. Tantra treasured those little drops of joy.
When she rides her scooter behind a bus and the commuters getting down, flash a smile to her or when a truck driver speeding on a waterlogged road, splashes water on her, she smiles at him, he is forced to smile back. She has no time for worries. She wants a life without complaints, without tension and obviously with a lot of joy. She visits orphanages during her off days, distributes chocolates, clothes, knowledge, etc. And in return she is overwhelmed by the happiness on the faces of the kids. That again makes her day. While she is riding across the city she always carries a box of chocolates with her. The only thing she gives to the children begging near the traffic signals are those chocolates. She is normally taken aback when the chocolate gives them more joy than money.
She lives for herself in the complete form. What would she do with all the money she gets? Browse online and check which bank would give her a better interest rate on her savings. She is least bothered in that. She purchased a car just to make her maid’s autistic kid happy. She drives the car during the weekends with the kid and the joy she receives when he smiles is immense.
Tantra didn’t buy joy. Infact truckloads of joy tracked down her. She kept doing those little things which gave her happiness.
Although this is a short one but joy is never short lived. Money isn’t just about everything, satisfaction also comes in. If you want to do something which you believe will give you lots of happiness, go ahead and do it. Forget about the damn world. Forget about the people who’ll complain. You aren’t stealing. You aren’t faking. You’re just doing the thing you love to do.
When a company advertises to live life king size, go live it. And live by not sitting on loads of money, live by ‘living’ in a cocoon of joy, happiness and awesomeness.
If little drops of water can fill a mighty ocean, then quite obviously little drops of joy can make your life much more beautiful and worth living for.
Stop complaining and start living. Live the joy called life.