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The Ten Rules Of Happiness By Mridula Agarwal

The Ten Rules Of Happiness By Mridula Agarwal



hi frnz again i m just uploading the ppt of the book for ur help

hi frnz again i m just uploading the ppt of the book for ur help



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    The Ten Rules Of Happiness By Mridula Agarwal The Ten Rules Of Happiness By Mridula Agarwal Presentation Transcript

      • Tells us about the happiness and ways to achieve them.
      • Helps us to make our life meaningful and tension free.
      • Happiness can only
      • be achieved by within .
      • Postgraduate in Psychology
      • and English Literature.
      • Published 96 articles
      • in leading newspapers like
      • The Times Of India , The Indian Express and many more.
      • Published three books namely ‘The Ten Rules of Success’, ‘The Ten Rules Of Happiness’, & ‘Be Positive Think Positive.
      Mridula Agarwal
      • Happiness is always possible.
      • Spread happiness.
      • Count your blessings.
      • Change what you can, and accept what u can’t change.
      • Never worry; be concerned.
      • Never let small things bother you.
      • Do not let criticism upset you.
      • The magic of forgiving.
      • The magic of gainful occupation.
      • Discover the beauty of life.
      • Happiness is always attainable but it needs right thinking and right attitude.
      • Its an inner realization.
      • It is easy to be happy
      • but it needs hard work and
      • a solid base.
      • Be at peace with yourself first
      • then only you would be able to
      • spread it.
      • Try to make people happy.
      • Never be focused on the fault of others.
      • Look at your assets and your strengths.
      • Don’t think negatively about
      • anything.
      • Have a look over your family
      • members and friends.
      • Accept the inevitable.
      • Learn from your past mistakes but don’t mull over them.
      • Improve what you can & accept what you cannot improve or change.
      • Worry and happiness never go together.
      • Worrying solves no problem;
      • it can only take you deeper
      • into them.
      • Ignore worries that cannot be
      • helped.
      • Learn to be patient and understand people around you.
      • Always remember that
      • problems are part of life;
      • they come and go.
      • Small things only bother
      • you if you let it.
      • True happiness can be achieved only by living a life of integrity.
      • Accept criticism as it will
      • help you in improving
      • yourself.
      • Do allow public opinion to
      • dominate our lives.
      • It liberates us from the thoughts of anger and resentment.
      • Negative emotions are not
      • good.
      • Forget your enemies to get
      • rid of them.
      • Keeping yourself busy is the best way to cope up with.
      • Meaningful work is a positive
      • source of happiness.
      • Competition makes a person
      • more engrossed.
      • Your peace of mind depends on your thoughts.
      • Think happy thoughts.
      • Try to have calm mind
      • when dealing with the world .
      • This book tells us that happiness is best achieved by deserving and not by running after. Anger always burns and never heals. Think happy thoughts and be happy in your life for today and for
      • tomorrow.
      • Altogether the book is nifty. The language is simple but some of the concepts are practical and philosophical and difficult to implement .