I will be happy when I graduate…will be happy when I finish college…
I will be happy when I receive a higher salary…
I will be happy when I buy a car…
I will be happy when I buy a house…
I will be happy when I get married…
I will be happy when I have a child…
I will be happy when the older children grow up…
Do you find yourself?
How many times have you postpone your happiness believing that when you reach a certain goal you will finally feel that sense of accomplishment?
Our mind can be a very dangerous trap! We have this "talent" to strongly believe that if we get certain things from you, we will finally levitate your happiness.
Now I want you to think about a material thing or a certain goal that seemed unattainable to you, but which in the end you fulfilled and to think about how happy you were? Or how many days, minutes, or seconds did that state of mind last?
Having goals is wonderful, a man without a purpose is a lost cause, but in the pursuit of something more, be careful not to miss the route.
When I was 15, I thought my life would look completely different at 25, but my expectations did not match reality at all.
I'm fine with what I am now, but I'm not going to lie to you and tell you that when I look around I think I'll be happy when I have what others have: a "perfect" relationship, a beautiful car and a successful career.
I recently had a thought: "be careful not to reach 60 years old and ask yourself if you were happy?".
We all have a different path and every destiny has moments of happiness and moments of pain. Problems are not a choice, but suffering, yes!
I am not able to teach you anything, I just wanted to remind you to open your eyes at least from time to time and to notice the hundreds of reasons for happiness that surround you every day.
Each animal is worthy of love and care, cats and dogs are waiting for it from us. It is very difficult for both of them to survive on the streets and they can only rely on people's attitude. Some people really do not let down and save the poor, taking them from the cold streets and giving them their warmth. These are the photos of the rescued cats that await you further. And the most pleasant thing about them is the photos after the rescue and the amazing transformation of the pets.
Hazel was a stray cat trapped in a steel trap for 5 days. She lost her paw, but found her home. The second photo shows a cat 8 weeks after its rescue.
“From a sad street kitten to a spoiled domestic cat. Nico six months later! "
It took this poor 10-year-old cat a year to get out of a deplorable state and get prettier.
“10 months ago I found this little guy abandoned and hungry, now he is a spoiled little prince”
“One day this guy showed up on our porch. He was malnourished, his coat was dirty brown, and he himself was covered with parasites. The shelter would not accept him because the cat was in very bad shape. We left him and called him Knut. Over time, he turned into a fluffy white handsome "
"Parker was a homeless 5-week-old kitten I found in a parking lot near work."
“My Tom. The day I found him and 18 months later. He has grown into a very handsome boy! "
“We found him dehydrated in the midst of the summer heat. At first we did not plan to leave him, but now I cannot imagine my life without this cat. "
"The day I found them abandoned in a cardboard box and they are the same after 2 months."
“Cicero came to us dehydrated, with anemia and other diseases. Now he's a nice fluffy boy! "
"It's amazing, but the moon used to fit in my palm"
How it began and how things are now
"Ollie after 1 month of home life"
“After my cat died, I decided to take this little guy who looked healthy, but we soon found out that he had ringworm. I spent the next 4 months cleaning up this kitten. "
“3 years ago, my fiancee found a crying kitten on the street, which was injured. Nowadays Dashi enjoys spending time sitting wherever she wants and acting like a queen. "
This smart dog travel down to the market every day with a basket and money to bring groceries for their owner
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