To set right, what once went wrong in the past!

Setting the wrong as right:

Apart from the fact that often wrong and right are not black and white but two of the several shades of gray; what is done is done. It can not be undone. After a period of time, it does not even matter if it was right or wrong. The fact is: past is dead and therefore it must also be buried or cremated. The concept that if we had acted differently, things would have been different, is a gross misunderstanding of the life. No wrong can be set right. Attempts to set wrong into right create ripple effects which makes things more difficult. Acceptance of past is the only possible avenue. The more we delve into the past to set it right, more we miss the present. Continue reading

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Indians among world’s most happiest people

Despite economic woes, wars, conflicts and natural disasters the world is a happier place today than it was four years ago and Indonesians, Indians and Mexicans seem to be the most contented people on the planet.
More than three-quarters of people around the globe who were questioned in an international poll said they were happy with their lives and nearly a quarter described themselves as very happy.(Source: http://m.moneycontrol.com/news/wire-news/indians-among-worlds-most-happiest-people-poll_666026.html)

And I thought that Bhutanese were the happiest people!