cuz no auntie to photoshoot.
unhappy with headmaster
unhappy about bird
unhappy about mcdonald toy
unhappy about bad driver
unhappy with singtel
unhappy with starhub
unhappy about resale value
At times during the unhappiness practice
it may turn out as if nothing much is happening
to your inner self except a lot of cruel pain,
restlessness, fierce agitation and hopeless
However if you are aware of every moment
of joyful mindfulness this could help to weaken
the chain of our unrealistic attachments to
worldly happenings including human behaviors.
I watched a documentary on Discovery Channel about an experiment that went as follows:
- 2 groups of people were shown jokes while sitting individually in front of a monitor
- all participants did not get to meet each other
- Group A was asked to hold a ball pen in their mouths using their lips like they were sucking a straw.
- Group B did the same thing but held the ball pen using their teeth causing their lips to part, exposing their teeth.
Everyone was asked to rate the jokes.
All were shown the same series of jokes.
participants in Group A consistently rated the humor of the jokes LOWER than Group B.
Conclusion: our sense of humor or happiness is a direct function of our facial expressions.
If one frowns and hangs the corners of our lips down, we will tend to feel more negative.
If on the other hand, we have a smiling expression, we tend to view the world with more humor and positivity................ and these feelings are a result of our facial expressions AND NOT THE OTHER WAY AROUND.
Happiness is a choice.
So how does this affect our photographs and participation in this forum?
Choose well ......... :-)
if you smile without a reason could land you in woodbridge
or someone will assume that the bad smell in the air is because of you
becos... they long time never eat happy meal
LOL, I am a happy guy after reading through all the post. LOL. At least one guy here is happy.
Haha, having lived in Singapore for 16 years, I can safely say that money is pretty much a national obsession or something.. I guess that's why it's not uncommon to find people who are unhappy. I mean, it's one of the most developed countries in the world but money is still the most sought after commodity. It's like there's a belief among people that money leads to happiness.. The '5C's' rings some bells
Last edited by krishna91; 27th January 2010 at 11:40 PM.
I refuse to List my camer@ equipment here.