how will you evaluate things happening in daily life?

@sreevasu (2718)
January 7, 2007 1:20am CST
too many things happens in our daily life. most of them are what we desire and deserve. many are unexpected which makes us sometimes happy and sometimes sorrow. how will you evaluate them - the good ones and the bad ones? what should be our attitude / approach to them? how will you react to them. what should be the criterion in the evaluation. if one's happiness can be sorrow for others how will you judge what is good or what is bad? i strongly believe that there is no external force (god or devil) in one's decision making. it comes from one's own heart. since you are also part of the nature we live in you are just like anything else in nature. for me nature is god and devil. both are in oneself and one's self.
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@snoopy12 (469)
• Philippines
7 Jan 07
Take things as it is. Sadness and sorrow is equivalent to happiness. There is always a balance in nature. Bad things happen as well as good things. Remember that all people experience these different emotions whether they do good or bad.
@sreevasu (2718)
• India
7 Jan 07
How sadness/sorrow can be equivalent to happiness? while the first one takes off our mood the later charges a positive energy. Ofcourse, nature has its balance in anything and everything. I do admit. Things happening in our day-today life turns the rhythm/flow of the life often beyond our expectations. It all depends on one's taste and state of mind. If someone's happiness can be someoneelse's sadness and vice-versa how can you determine which is good and which is bad?