"The best way for a person to have happy thoughts is to count his blessings and not his cash" Anonymous
Reading this quote has made me think and it is so true.
This morning, i woke up to walk my lil tinkerbell to kindy and i just soaked in the nice breeze and embraced the birds chirping as we walked hand in hand to kindy. It was just this nice feeling of togetherness and my lil rascal who is 2 yrs of age was just sitting in his pram as Ironchef was pushing the pram. I ask myself how many of us actually get a chance to spend time together on a daily basis. This led me to think about the unfortunate people. Those who lose their loved ones and might not ever get to see them again. My family is my blessing and God is fair. When i lost my elder brother and father 4 years ago, I thought i had noone left. What i do have now is so much more than i could ask for. Yes, they drive me up the wall at times, Yes, they make me cry at times but hey, isn't that what families do to one another? Isn't life about ups and downs? I am still learning not to take things for granted and i admit as much as i tend to take ironchef for granted on numerous occasions, he knows that deep down, he is my one and only.
Is happiness a figment of our imagination? I really dont know but i dare say that amidst my boredom and quarter life crisis, i am experiencing happiness and if it is a figment of my imagination then i hope my imagination does not run out.