You get the sensation – the sudden feeling of elation. The world seems to rotate on an axis to simply line all of your stars in the perfect cosmic placement. The sky seems to be saturated with a deeper hue of blue, the air seems crisper and more full of promise than you ever remember and you find yourself smiling for no particular reason. Things are finally going your way.
And then it happens. One person, and it only ever takes one, says something to make you doubt the happiness that you are feeling and that balloon of contentment bursts. Random pieces of that blissful moment lay in tatters at your feet, the skies mottle and the heavens open up to rain on your parade.
It’s a perverse world we live in when we can let others dictate what should make us happy. The moments that cause us to smile uncontrollably should be locked in a private vault, only to be shared with precious few that will understand the true feelings behind that blissful expression. True happiness is a rare discovery and those that are fortunate to have found it should not have that perception marred by the opinions of anyone other than themselves.
Your steadfast belief in what truly makes you happy cannot be argued – by anyone. It is your head, it is your heart and it is your soul that leads you to true euphoria. Always carry an umbrella, and don’t let anyone rain on your parade.