Well here I am, finally sitting down in front of my computer typing (Happy Humanity!?!). After long deliberation, I’m entering into the social media arena. For many months I’ve been procrastinating by convincing myself it’s not the right time. Or am I afraid of being criticized or am I just another aspiring artist who wants to help the world or perhaps I’m just lazy?
As you can see, there could be a million excuses for my procrastination. Happy Humanity!?! is about forming a haven for happiness and self-progress by sharing whatever I’ve learned, observed and experienced so far in life and expressing how I’m moving from where I’ve been to where I continue to be.
I realized my true intention; I want people to benefit from this blog. If I don’t try I’ll never know. I hope you find my musings amusing!
Here’s a brief bio. I grew up in the ever expanding city of Corona, California. Both my parents are from India, but I was born here in the “United” States of America. I graduated from UCLA with a Sociology degree. I like writing and have many goals and visions for the world of today and tomorrow!
This website Happy Humanity!?!, at http://www.sameyh444.com consists of knowledge I’ve gained from over the past 2 years to 20 years or more, since much of my learning comes from an accumulation of my past coupled with my present understanding of it (change can be constant or captured, the choice is yours).
This blog will become a free encyclopedia that touches on all facets of life, from life’s start to life’s end and life’s every simple and challenging day in the middle, which is actually life’s magnificence itself.
An “absolute” happy, peaceful and Utopian humanity may never be possible, as our imperfection is our beauty. Yet, in order to get to an awakened evolved global society, we have to start with a happier more fulfilled self, deep down under the surface. It starts and ends with the self, all you have is “x” amount of time left in the middle.
You may be billionaire Bill Gates or the happy hard working homeless guy cleaning windshields at the gas station, but looking through the clean glass from inside the vehicle beyond the “change” in your pockets is eventually what will transport you to happiness. We all need sustenance but I believe it’s of no value without happiness or health which comes in many forms.
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Live, Love, Laugh and Learn,