How dare you be happy?
Lord, protect me from hatred because with love I’m in truce.
Lord, protect me from my friends, hugs and beautiful words
Protect me from my friends because I can deal with my enemies myself (Vevilos)
No one likes a happy person because they hurt the ego of others who begin to compare their misery with his/her joy. The world is generally made up of unhappy, for various reasons, people. So it is difficult to separate from the mass. If you are happy, you are a person; if you are unhappy you are part of the crowd.
Happy is the man who knows himself, is thirsty for life and is surrounded by a positive aura.
I’ve heard of a patient with whom his psychiatrist was bored. Of course, he made a lot of money from him, but he was slowly getting bored – three, four, five years of psychoanalysis and the man was repeating the same thing over and over again. The psychiatrist said, “Do this: go to the mountains for a few days. It will help you a lot. “
So the patient went to the mountains and do you know what happened? The next day a telegram arrived, “I feel very happy – why?”
He feels very happy – why? Need an explanation? No. Happiness needs no explanation;
happiness is an explanation in itself (Osho)
A malicious person only sees the reality around his ego. He never gets into the process of trying to understand others. He is willing to deceive, manipulate and hurt anyone who could stand in his way. Lies are part of his nature. He will never tell the truth because that is how he automatically takes off his mask.
The negative person believes that he is superior to others, that he is always right in everything and therefore he will never apologize. But he knows very well the art of deception so that he becomes manipulative and demands that those around him follow him blindly. He thinks that the world revolves around him and that others should change their program for their own needs.
The toxic person does not care about the consequences of his actions and words. He doesn’t care if someone gets hurt because of his recklessness and lack of empathy. Nothing makes him feel bad because he thinks he’s superior. He does not feel guilty because all he cares about is his goals, not the feelings of others. He can very easily present himself as a friend with flattery and sophisticated deeds so that he can more easily hurt others. He is even ready to pretend to be the victim to take advantage of you. Experience, insecurity, phobias, traumatic experiences, inadequate education are all advocates of malicious people.
If each of us set aeasily present to seek the truth, then we would all be happy. Look for yourself. Look him in the eye. Love him. Only then will you learn to love those around you. Make sure you get better without having to hurt or underestimate anyone. Let your talents shine. Give love to all people!
The more loving someone is, the more pleasure, deep satisfaction, joy, and a sense of fullness they feel. Toxic people destroy things. And destruction never brings pleasure. Pleasure comes through creation. Pleasure comes when we give, when we share, not when we grab. So do not make exceptions and share love in any form.
The flowers that bloom in the loneliness of a jungle, spread their scent whether there is someone there to appreciate it or not;
or if someone passes by or not. A flower is fragrant by nature.
Don’t be fooled that a flower emits its scent only for you! (Osho)