10 ways to be happy

It’s a wonder why most of us keep on tormenting ourselves without any proper reason. Each one amongst us has some problems in his/her life and at the same time has lots of smile drawing moments also. But instead of confronting the situation smilingly we all tend to curse society, family, God and sometimes even our own destiny. We become so accustomed to the negative surrounding around us that we begin to feel everything wrong and unfavourable for ourselves.

I used to be upset with myself. The World seemed happy… They were eating, they were enjoying, and they were sleeping peacefully… It Looked like I was the only one who used to wake and weep. Right seemed wrong when I opened my eyes… Life seemed over and I felt like dying… But eventually I learnt to be happy, to be satisfied with myself. We all have different kinds of experiences in life, but one thing or phase which we’ll all witnessed in one way or the other is darkness. Sometimes it’s a little dark, sometimes a little more, and sometimes it’s so dark, that you give up all hope to see the light of day any day. But the funny thing about life is that no matter how dark it gets, sooner or later, with our efforts or external support, we do definitely get to see the light of day. It might be very very difficult to bear this phase of darkness, but the only best way to go through it is to tell ourselves that just the way it has happened to us before, and just the way it happens for everybody else too, this darkness will one day make way for light.

Let us get to a story to understand this well. Once, in a party a joker cracked a joke, each one present there laughed out loud. Once again he repeated the same joke, this time very few people laughed. And third time when he shared the same joke again, no one reacted. Then he said to everyone, “how stupid we human beings are!! If we can cry for a lost one over and over again then why can’t we smile on a funny moment every-time it come to us?”

Now it’s your turn to have a glimpse of happiness. It might or might not change your life but what’s the harm in trying? You will not lose anything anyway even if it doesn’t work for you. I can’t claim cent percent accuracy of these points. It actually depends… You may be agree with me, you may not… Here we begin!!!

1. Pay your hearty regards to the great Almighty when you wake up in the morning.


Thank him for everything you posses, for giving you the body, family, profession, love and for everything you are happy about. When we can curse him for all of our failures then we should also thank him for all the opportunities he bestows on us. Try to feel his existence within yourself.

2. Always start your day with a smile on your face.


This is the most important step as this will decide your mood for the entire day. There could be lots of problems in your mind regarding relationships, family, career or money but nothing is bigger than your patience and courage. Try to recall some beautiful moments of your life rather than your borrowings, a scold from your boss or any fight with a loved one.

3. Say at least 10 times in a day that you are happy…


not only say try to feel it. It will help you to feel good about your life and building a positive attitude.

4. Pamper yourself.


If you don’t care for yourself, how can you expect others to care for you? Feel important, whom God has sent for a special purpose. But at the same time it is also important to avoid self-obsession.

5. Never ever say that you are unlucky as it could be very dangerous.


Suppose you are putting your best in your study but your teacher still call you a doddle and he continues to do so. Probably one day will come when you will force to think that despite of your hard-work and dedication if you are being considered as a doddle only, it’s better to become a doddle then. Same is with your luck. If you held it responsible for your failures, in return it will too turn into a bad luck only.

6. Spare some time for social service.


Usually people think that social service means to donate money to trusts and organisations indulged in religious activities or work for some N.G.O., contribute one’s time or money to orphanages, old-age homes, slum children etc… But according to me it means to help someone without expecting anything in return, help them to come out from any unfavourable situation, to make them smile. So simple is that.

Suppose you are going to your college, you are already late, scared that your teacher is going to ruin you when you reach college. Suddenly you see a person, very tired, almost bathing in sweat, dragging his bike with great efforts as he has run out of fuel. What would you do?? In most of the cases we will ignore him with a thought that someone else will definitely help him but think what will happen when everyone will think like that?.In reality we have lost a chance to make ourselves happy. I will suggest you to help him not for him but for your own self. You might get late but those 5-10 minutes of your help and a “thank you” from that person will give you the happiness to endure your teacher’s scold. If you see a child hungry, offer him your lunch box. It will give you more satisfaction than consuming it yourself.

7. Try to make everyone happy around you.


In your college go and wish your colleagues good-morning without expecting them to come to you and wish the same. While riding on the rickshaw/Auto/Taxi ask the driver about his name and native place. He will get connected and concerned about you and guide you the best in the possible way.

I want to share an incident with you. once I was sitting in a restaurant with some friends, my order got delayed by few minutes, but instead of getting annoyed on the waiter I passed him a smile and said “Kyon meri shakal pasand nhi aai kya”. He smiled back and said “there is nothing like that Sir”. And believe me after that he gave us his best service. A smile is that curve which straightens everything. Well said. Isn’t it?

8. Never bother about what people will say.


“Duniya ka Sabse Bada Rog, ke Kya Kahenge Log”. Do whatever your heart says, whatever you love and wish to do.

9. Spare sometime for yourself.


In this humdrum of life we give time to everything which is necessary for us except our-self. How funny is it!! You love to play badminton or love to read or write… always give sometime to your hobby. This will always make you feel alive.

10. Last and the most important: smile, smile and more smile all the time……..


Stay Blessed and stay happy!!!

Rajiv Gandhi escaped Indo-Pak war as a pilot

We call Rahul Gandhi a Shehzada but the truth is this family is os Shehzadas from past. Father of Rahul, Former Prime minister of India Rajiv Gandhi often got advantages of being a Shehzada. This story of utter disrespect towards National army and the patriotism towards the nation might shock you.

During the India-Pakistan war of 1971, which was also coinciding with the liberation struggle of Bangladesh (then East Pakistan) from the clutches of Pakistan(then West Pakistan), under emergency provisions, the leave applications of all Indian Airlines pilots were cancelled so that they could be used for providing logistical support. The only exception was Rajiv Gandhi, a full-time pilot with Indian Airlines. Sonia Gandhi nee Maino, who now claims that she is an Indian till her last breath, flew off to Italy with Rajiv Gandhi and their two children.

Holidays of all the airline staffs including pilots were cancelled during the Indo-Pak war of 1971. Only Rajiv Gandhi was granted holiday and he even had a holiday in Italy.


While indigenous Indians serving as pilots with Indian Airlines stood by to serve their motherland, Sonia Gandhi nee Maino and family remained in the more congenial surroundings of Italy during the entire duration of the war, returning only after General Niazi had signed the surrender papers.

The other incident, once again resurrected from those 10 years. After news came in that the Congress and Indira Gandhi had been defeated in 1977, Sonia Gandhi nee Maino packed all her luggage overnight, with husband and children in tow, took refuge in the Italian embassy in New Delhi’s Chanakyapuri. It took the combined efforts of Indira Gandhi, Sanjay Gandhi and Maneka Gandhi (wife of Sanjay Gandhi, now a MP for BJP) to convince her to return to the Gandhi home.


Rajiv Gandhi is no more. He was assassinated while bringing peace to a neighboring island nation but Soniya Gandhi is still there trying to make it large for her son Rahul Gandhi, with such a mother we doubt patriotism of Rahul.

Hindu-Muslim moral policing in Manglore

Moral politics is growing up day by day. With each day something new pops up somewhere in India but my concern is based with the metropolitan city of Manglore, Karnataka. First we will take an overview of this city, Some decades back Manglore was a congress dominated city. In the year 1991 when Ram Janmabhoomi issue started, the city started to divert from congress and started supporting BJP and it’s affiliates for the spiritual yet the peachy task. Soon the whole city turned to BJP in the 1991 Loksabha election. BJP dominated the city polls till the 2013 elections where people showed anger against the growing moral policing done by both the major religious affiliates. The city has turned into a battlefield for both the community groups for “who does more of a moral policing”.

Statically speaking, moral policing cases reported since 2013 are 96. That means 96 major issues of moral policing were reported/observed. a year wise distribution shows :


year Hindu groups Muslim groups total cases


Stats showing number of moral policing cases by both the communities
Stats showing number of moral policing cases by both the communities

As per the conditions in the city, these stats are going to increase day by day.


2006 : A group of employees from a private firm going for a picnic in a bus were stoned. The reason was the bus was carrying employees from both the Hindu and the Muslim community.


2009 : A young women hanging out at a pub and drinking was attacked. The reason was women drinking doesn’t represents the women of their religion.

2012 : A birthday party was attacked at a home stay facility. The reason was girls of that community are not supposed to dance in front of unknown men. A total of 14 person were assaulted, including 5 girls

2013 : Two medical students were kidnapped by a Muslim organization and were forced to have sex. Later, they were blackmailed for money.



2015 : A Muslim youth was attacked by such a moral policing community for a photograph of his where he was posing on the laps of Hindu girls; who were his classmates.

2015 : A group of students from a college in Mudipu were planned to go visit Karnataka Assembly as part of their educational trip. Later, a group forced them to abort the trip as it carried out the Hindu girls along with Muslim boys. Parents of Muslims girls didn’t gave the permission for the trip, hence it was composed only with Hindu girls alongside Hindu and Muslim boys.

A Muslim youth beaten up for being with a Hindu girl. PC : Sunday Expreess

2015 : A Muslim youth was beaten like hell after he was spotted with a Hindu girl. The youth was accused to be troubling and flirting with the girl. After verification, police came up with the result that they both were in a relationship.
Such a situation has arisen in Manglore because of various political and religious groups. Major affiliations in this are are :
For HINDU : RSS, Bajrang Dal, VHP, Hindu Jagran Vedike and the Shri Rama Sena.
For MUSLIMS : Popular front of India, Campus Front of India,

One of the ugliest thing is, Popular front of India has their party called Social Democratic Party of India. This is a major setback for our constitution where campaigners are not expected to ask for vote based on their religion.

We urge both of our major community to stay in peace and avoid all major issues related to the religion. Religion and moral policing is for those uneducated, unemployed poor youth who do not have a motive in their life. True religion lies within us.
Based on the stats and report published in THE SUNDAY EXPRESS.