Heart in quest of happiness

A happy heart blooms in the selfish world.

What a misnomer to say happiness is the antidote of unhappiness?

Selfishness is thy word for happiness!

The right to fall in love over and over again, growing as a person and carving one’s identity in the ruthless.

Happiness is my right as a human entity,

Would it be a misnomer to say I am selfish?

May be!

Coz an unhappy heart can never give love to near ones.

May be I am a nomad who doesn’t find solace in being confined to the comfort of the home and the one who brought me up.

Do I need to be among the family to be seen as selfless?

Why should love be a blurred emotion?

The heart knows no reason and happiness seek no justification.

It’s pure and simple happiness, a beautiful emotion devoid of objectivity and conflict.

A happy heart is always in search of a meaning in life.

I choose to be happy by seeking the thrill of adventure, victory, defeat and a constant struggle to be me.

As I sing the song of ultimate happiness,

I keep searching for joy and meaningful purpose in life.

With Love



  1. Love isn’t a blurred emotion Vishal.. its a beautiful emotion – whether its friends or family or your spouse.

    You have expressed it very nicely.. true happiness is a state of mind and heart.🙂

  2. A very difficult and profound question it is…what is happiness and how can a pursuit of happiness not become obsessively self-centered? Keep seeking….and perhaps in that seeking lies your happiness. Who can say?🙂

    • Pertinent questions raised, Beloo. May be happiness is a state of mind or small joys or where the heart in happy. I am a seeker, believing in following the heart. I see no point being stuck in a place just for the sake of bondage if the heart is unhappy. An unhappy heart can never dole out happiness to others no matter how close you are to them. Lol! I am saying that after assessing the situation and speaking to pals:)

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