Many of us find ourselves compelled by the world to be someone we are not. In that process, we tend to overvalue someone we aren’t and fail to perceive happiness. The good in us, a blessing and a gift given to us right from birth diminishes and fades away gradually and we undervalue or rather, sometimes, forget who we are meant to be.
It is in the midst of struggling to survive where we question ourselves about where, how and when can happiness be attained. The answer is by not letting the world get you to overvalue who you are not and undervalue who you really are and meant to be.