How contentment is the key to happiness

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How contentment is the key to happiness

Today every one focuses on ambition. The ambition of better job, better house, better salary, while there is nothing wrong with having milestones, but it is important to understand the importance of contentment. The word contentment means being satisfied or happy with all you have and not desperately trying to achieve what others have. Thus, contentment is the key to achieve happiness. However, it is important to understand that contentment doesn’t mean having a lazy outlook towards life. Being a goal oriented person is important to achieve success in life. These two statements may appear contrasting but actually, contentment and ambition are two parts of happiness. [Also read: What Are The Myths And Facts Of Happiness]

Contentment leads to happiness
In everyday life, there are many movements when we feel jealous of other for having more than us. It might be having more goods, a better house or better paycheck. All these things make us feel unhappy about our own life.

This is where the idea of contentment plays a major role. With contentment in our mind, we learn to make the best of the resources available in our life. Happiness is an active choice, it doesn’t happen on its own. It is important to pick your happiness, for this contentment plays an important role. It makes you satisfied with your surroundings. [Also read: How social media can ruin your happiness]

Contentment and ambition
Many people think that contentment is a way to avoid stepping forward in life. However, that is not the case at all. Contentment provides the person the positivity and zeal to move ahead. Without a happy frame of mind, a person can easily fall victim to stress and anxiety. This actually stops him or her from working up to the full potential.

Contentment makes a person focus on all his energy on living up to his or her potential. When a person starts to focus on his or her own growth, and not on the progress of others, only then he or she can taste the flavour of success. [Also read: Why Chasing Happiness Does Not Make Us Happy]

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