Why True Happiness Means Being Naive…
When I think of genuinely being naive of the world, it's a child. They live in their reality of being happy. Playing with toys, running around, laughing, crying, playing games, etc. Kids don't care what others think in the end, which is an exciting thing. As we get older, we become more conscious and aware of ourselves. That youthful energy for many of us goes away, and reality fully sets in for us on how life is supposed to be.
Many of us go through life letting like kick us in the**. We become miserable and depressed in the process, with all the bad things that happen in this world and things that can also happen to us. Regardless of what happens in the external world, internal matters the most. We become what we do consistently. Suppose I watched the news daily and saw all the bad things happening worldwide. I would live my life constantly worried, and my emotions would be all over the place. If I let my life get consumed by social media, I would live a life that is based on the validation and attention of others.
Many things in this world externally can make us unhappy and broken. For some, it's something they can't control. But we all have the power to make real change. Real change starts from changing your reality of how you view life in itself. It all begins when you start focusing on yourself.
When you start taking your power back and becoming happy, the most important thing to understand is that you must become naive to the world itself.
I remember living a few doors down was a big family with about seven kids, and my parents lived in this house. This house wasn't big enough for all of these people. But almost every Sunday or Saturday, I would see all of them playing outside together and having a good time together. Despite not having all of the room in the world. They all still looked happy together.
I can remember my mom telling me stories of how she would go to her grandparent's house, and they didn't have a lot. But they still found ways as kids to do things together to be happy.
Sometimes in life, despite the struggle we may all go through with ourselves and reality itself, what matters the most is staying true to your…