One of the purposes of this blog is to record experimentally the trajectory to become a master of happiness.
In the meantime, I was wondering if my happiness was connected to the happiness of my wife, daughter, and dog.
Is my happiness becoming a selfish happiness?
Am I not selling happiness?
Especially, when I was thinking about disciplining my daughter who is 4th grade of elementary school and my pet dog who is 7 months old, what I am doing for my daughter and my pet dog is to just impose my values and ideal image on them. Is it really an action or behavior that considers the happiness of the other person?
What I am proud of is that people weren’t born to be compared, they were born to be happy. What I am doing to my daughter and dog is the exact opposite. Isn’t it?
While thinking about such things, I saw clearly four conditions that I read somewhere before that helped me develop happiness, and it became clear that I was lack of them.
To be praised
To be needed
From now on, I want to convey my loving feelings, praise rather than scold, acknowledge the existence as it is, and thank you for always being with me.