Lao Tzu's Lessons On Finding Happiness

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Lao-Tzu also known as Laozi was an ancient Chinese philosopher, and the author of the book Tao Te Ching, which is the base of the religion Taoism. Laozi is an inspirational figure for many people; even his works influence Confucianism and Chinese Buddhism also. Here are his top 10 lessons on finding happiness in your life Mastering others is strength. Mastering yourself is true power. ― Lao Tzu Any fool can rule others, but it takes courage and mental power to rule your own heart. Have you ever considered about the truth, why history never remembers those who ruled others, even while they were very strong and had an immense impact on mankind, in the same way, while you think of happiness why you run for those souls who ruled themselves instead of ruling others?…show more content…
But often a time come when something bad happens to us and everything falls apart and we started making mistakes, we fall into the trap of anger and dominance. We forget to hold for a while, this is the time when we need to embrace and let the mud go from us. “Music in the soul can be heard by the universe.” ― Lao Tzu What would be the most fearful thing a person can ever experience? It would be to live a life where there is no music, music that is the passion of life. A life that is passionless no way going to be a happy one. Happy is he who listens to his music and lived by his rhythms. His life becomes a movie, which he watches from so far, and dance like nothing is affecting anymore. “Act without expectation.” ― Lao Tzu Serve others and don’t wish to be praised for, nor do work for appreciations. Praise and appreciation come automatically, you don’t need to seek them. The Holy act of work, which is done for the well-being of the human kind or for greater benefits for your loved ones shows through your work and your
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