Vidya D Sagar ~ Create Your Own Happy Day

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  1. Brenda Arledge profile image81
    Brenda Arledgeposted 23 months ago

    Take time to read Vidya D Sagar's work on the word prompt ~ Happy.

    https://hubpages.com/literature/Poem-Cr … k-54-Happy

  2. Brenda Arledge profile image81
    Brenda Arledgeposted 23 months ago

    Vidya...
    This sounds so intriguing.

    I don't have time to read it just yet, but I will.

    I'll get back with you.

  3. Misbah786 profile image84
    Misbah786posted 23 months ago

    Vidya, I enjoyed reading your interesting response to the word prompt. I loved the poem and Voltaire's quote. I've been working on a draft for the last three days, but it's still not finished due to a tight schedule. I'm currently busy working on my Medium profile. I'm hoping to finish it soon. I simply wish I had a magic wand and could relax. smile

    Thanks, Bredz, for sharing Vidya's work.

    Blessings and Love to both of you.

  4. Pamela99 profile image88
    Pamela99posted 23 months ago

    I think you have written a wonderful response to Brenda's prompt,Vidya. I enjoyed the article, all the information and your beautiful poem I especially liked:
    When you look at the splendid ocean
    You will find the solitude that you crave
    The silence soothes and the mind gets calm
    I love the ocean and there is solitude to be had.

  5. AliciaC profile image91
    AliciaCposted 23 months ago

    Vidya has created an inspiring poem. If someone has a major problem, such as a financial one, it can be difficult to forget about it. It’s very important that we take breaks from the worry, however, for our sake and for the sake of those around us. Vidya has given us some excellent suggestions for doing this.

  6. Jodah profile image91
    Jodahposted 23 months ago

    Vidya, this is a wonderful poem, and article as a whole. You have given us a lesson on being happy in every line. Thank you.
    Brenda, thanks for sharing.

  7. Brenda Arledge profile image81
    Brenda Arledgeposted 23 months ago

    Vidya...
    Thanks for such uplifting remarks regarding these word prompts I provide.

    I really appreciate & it makes me Happy to know they benefit others.

    I love this:
    True happiness is more subjective and long lasting. 

    We can all direct our attention to things that get us by for the moment, but true happiness is so much more.

    You tell us that happiness is within our control, but we cannot be happy all the time.

    According to scientists we need to have a combination of good habits, taking care of our physical and mental health, accepting ourselves and others around us to truly be happy.

    The things that make people happy are meaningful relationships, pursuing a hobby or work that one is passionate about and the third is helping someone in need or giving back to the community.

    In your poem, " Create Your Own Happy Day" you tell us not to give up when we are having a bad day.

    To remembering how lucky we are to be in this world.

    That life is much more than living day to day.
    We need to make memories as we appreciate everything around us.

    There is soltitude to be found as we relax and enjoy the day.

    Take time to be grateful for all we have and reach out to help others.

    Focus on being happy.

    The pieces  of the puzzle will come together.

    We are divinely made and created by God, so let our lives shine like the star he has made us.


    A wonderful contribution to the word prompt.

    I already posted a link earlier.

    Great work!

  8. vidsagster profile image86
    vidsagsterposted 23 months ago

    Thanks Brenda for taking the time to summarise my article and poem and sharing the link. Your encouraging comments made my day. I am grateful to you for all your efforts here in spite of your health problems. I hope you are much better now. I am happy that you liked my response. Of late my muse procrastinates a lot. Your word prompt woke her up and put her back in action, Thank you. Have a great day and a wonderful weekend ahead, stay blessed.

    1. Brenda Arledge profile image81
      Brenda Arledgeposted 23 months agoin reply to this

      I love the idea of taking a Happy Day!

  9. vidsagster profile image86
    vidsagsterposted 23 months ago

    Hi Misbah, thanks for taking the time to read and comment on my article. I am glad you enjoyed reading my response. I am sure your poem will be wonderful. I agree with you, the time is always not enough for all that we plan to do. I wish too that we had a magic wand. Love and blessings to you dear Misbah

  10. vidsagster profile image86
    vidsagsterposted 23 months ago

    Dear Pamela, thanks for the uplifting comments. I am happy you enjoyed reading my response. I have always loved the sea. Living in a land locked city, the sight of the same fills me with wonder and joy. Hope you have a great weekend ahead, stay blessed.

  11. vidsagster profile image86
    vidsagsterposted 23 months ago

    Dear John, thanks for the encouraging comments. Situations in life do not always favor us and sometimes we have to create our own happiness, because as Voltaire said it is good for our health. Have a great weekend ahead and stay blessed, my friend.

  12. vidsagster profile image86
    vidsagsterposted 23 months ago

    Hi Alicia, thanks for the visit and the encouraging comments. Yes I agree, we can't be happy when we have to face setbacks and difficult situations in life. Practicing resilience and facing the challenges with a positive outlook is important. I am glad you liked the suggestions in my article. Have a great weekend ahead and stay blessed.

  13. surovi99 profile image82
    surovi99posted 23 months ago

    I loved all of your beautiful poetry, Vidya. I liked the prose section too. This is a perfect response to Brenda's word prompt, "Happy." Thank you for sharing.

    Thanks Brenda for highlighting her work.

  14. ChitrangadaSharan profile image92
    ChitrangadaSharanposted 23 months ago

    Hello Vidya Ji!
    Beautiful response to the word prompt, happy. Happy or happiness is difficult to describe, because it means different to different people. But, you have done a wonderful job, by discussing it’s various aspects.
    Loved the poem and the content. Great writing.
    Thank you for sharing. And, thanks to Brenda as well. I agree with all Vidya Ji has written about you and the word prompts. My best wishes to both of you.

 
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