Who doesn’t want to be happy but sometimes the life kicks us so hard that even if we want to smile or laugh out loud, we simply don’t feel like it. Many of us lose hope in just the beginning of the problem and instead of trying to find the most appropriate solution to your problem, we just keep crying over it. We should all know how to love oneself and how to be happy and sometimes happiness comes from the place we can’t even imagine. There is a saying in Africa:
Africans have a thing called Ubuntu. We believe that a person is a person through other persons. That my humanity is caught up, bound up, inextricably, with yours. When I dehumanize you, I dehumanize myself. The solitary human being is a contradiction in terms. Therefore you seek to work for the common good because your humanity comes into its own in community, in belonging.
This is exactly the type of philosophy that our community should embrace.
In this busy life of everyone we all have our own separate goals. Some of us are working to lose weight and achieve a healthy lifestyle. Others are striving to gain muscle and feel happier. Everybody is fighting for their own life and dreams. We should know how to help others and should appreciate each other’s goals and efforts.
We should not discourage anyone to achieve their goals, but we should help them and encourage them to do whatever they want and support them with full positivity. If you help each other and don’t expect anything in return you will be having a wonderful Life. When you give your best to others you will get happiness for sure.
Happiness comes from combining what we love to do with something that is meaningful. In this community, our goal is to improve our health and happiness so that you can do what you love and contribute something that is meaningful. If we help each other with no greed the world will be a better place.
If we choose to share our journey with everyone and work towards our goals as part of a team, then we will find thousands of people who support each other. That’s because we find value in community. We find our humanity in belonging.