Miserable People Hates Happy People

No one can take away my happiness - Jade

Miserable people don’t like happy people – Joyce Meyer

If you show me this quote two years ago, most likely I would just deny it. But now, I can’t agree more.

I was a miserable people in my previous relationship.

I couldn’t bear to see my ex enjoyed his time at party while I was still upset with our previous quarrel. He told me all the time:”You can be mad but I will just be happy.” Oh boy, I felt like I was in the hell…

I didn’t understand why he was so happy while I was frustrated? I thought it was so unfair! I was simply mad because he is such a happy person…

See? Miserable people hate happy people. This is the way we react.

When we are not feeling good, we want others to feel the same way; we hope to see their sad faces so that we will feel better.

You should be sad because I am sad. Let’s have this sad face together.. 😦 + 😦 = 😦

How silly is it?

Why don’t we try to make ourselves look better instead of being a negative energy to your beloved ones?

Looking back,  I was such a miserable person but now I am much happier.

I just learned that NO ONE and NOTHING can take away your happiness unless you do not want it. I choose to be happy every single day no matter what happens!

Life is short, let’s choose to be happy in 2011!!

🙂 + 🙂 = 🙂

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About Jade Liang

This blog is created by Jade Liang - a cross-cultural graphic, web designer. Jade has been spending her life lived in Shanghai, Amsterdam and now in San Francisco pursuing her dreams and interests in design and art. Her daily life starts with a fresh cup of green tea as well as a pile of "strange" ideas. This blog is all about art, design and lifestyle that Jade finds in her everyday life. Thanks for visiting and enjoy!
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One Response to Miserable People Hates Happy People

  1. Dru Tan says:

    This reminds of that one Calvin and Hobbes strip where Calvin’s in a bad mood, gives some lousy attitude to Susie at the bus stop, and ends up pissing her off. In the last panel, Calvin smiles and he’s all like, “Nothing helps a bad mood like spreading it around.”

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