Laughter Therapy – “Open houses without locks and keys, no boundaries”

The world he sees:

“The most fair thing about the world is that it is unfair to all. It is not like that there aren’t times when you feel like you got the bad throw of the dice. But then, if you look around there are way too many people who have got the bad throws of the dice. At the same time, it really depends on perspective, your state of mind, and how you see the world. On a good day you could see a nice sunset as I am seeing one right now and on a bad day the same sunset will sort of look very depressing. That’s again perspective dependent on mood. The world as I see it is not such a bad place to be in. It is just over-hyped to be a bad place except for pollution and man made disasters.”

His ideal world:

“In my ideal world there are no kids begging on the streets. In that ideal world there are no old people asking for two rupees on the streets. In that ideal world there is no one suffering. In that ideal world, I am in a secluded beach with open houses without locks and keys, no boundaries. In that ideal world, there are no extremes in temperature; it is not very hot and it is not very cold. It is just the perfect 24 degrees Celsius. In that ideal world, there are no insects or bugs, and no other annoyances. There is no suffering for anyone, and there is a lot of good food.”

What makes him happy:
“I think happy people around me make me happy. Unconditional love makes me happy. Somebody smiling because of me makes me happy, like if there is a genuine gratitude from someone for something I have done, that would make me happy. To know that there are good people in the world makes me happy. My parents make me happy.”

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