Sitting home alone was quite boredom for her. Though, it was not that she was sick or so…she was on the verge of expecting and her hubby wanted her to take rest as he know his wife so well who doesn’t sit a minute idle!!!
Her days were going from listening to music, to reading books, to watching TV and then finally she gave up and boredom took her to sleeping!
“When we feel love and kindness toward others, it not only makes others feel loved and cared for, but it helps us also to develop inner happiness and peace.”~ Dalai Lama
It was then her hubby got her some movies to watch which he thought she may like them…!
I have seen people suggesting movies or books and it’s not necessary that what they like you should also like…no matter who suggest! But in her case, it was as if he knows her so well that as she was watching this movie …she kept on thanking her hubby and at the same time…her heart was filling with love for him as how much he cares for her that he spent time to bring movies for her even though he is so busy!
“Happiness comes when your work and words are of benefit to yourself and others.”~ Buddha
Her kind of thoughts took me somewhere far as frankly speaking how much one needs to be happy in life?? Probably what the wife felt cannot be bought by money and may be hubby never thought what he is doing would bring this feeling in his wife’s heart!
Then I thought…did the hubby really thought of this entire in mind and then brought the movies or is it that he liked them so he wanted his wife to see them?
“Unhappiness is best defined as the difference between our talents and our expectations.”~ Edward De Bono
What could be the truth? I scratched my head on and on but all I could end up with was …who cares as long as wife had a good time watching them 😀
Sometimes, its very difficult to make out what could make one happy in life!!!
Did you ever thought where your happiness lies?
“You will never be happy if you continue to search for what happiness consists of. You will never live if you are looking for the meaning of life.”~ Albert Camus