Fundamental law of nature

Collective happiness: Let us learn to live together, be knowledgeable about our interdependent nature, says the writer. –

GIVE this a serious thought: every parent only wants happiness for their children. At the top of their list, before dying, would be to see their children and grandchildren living well. They want to know that their children and grandchildren would be able to survive on Earth. They would want them to grow up in a safe, happy and helpful environment.

Every parent, regardless of ethnicity or religion, wants life to be as merciful to their children as possible. Parents have gone through a full life and they know that life is not a bed of roses. They know that their children will have to go through a lot of challenges, hardships and sorrows. Yet, their own lives have taught them that there is also happiness, successes and ease. If we train ourselves to think, use common sense and think compassionately, we will see the many truths and fundamentals of life that can guide our living.

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