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5 Good Reasons to Celebrate More Often!

How many reason do you need to celebrate?

The joy of celebration is infectious. It has the power to lift you up, make you smile and give you the courage you need to go on. Unfortunately, celebration is one of the most under-utilized tools in our box. We’re all so caught up in dealing with our everyday chores, problems and deadlines, that we forget to stop and be thankful for the fact that we’re alive. Celebrating life and rewarding ourselves for the little things we accomplish every day is one of the biggest forms of positive reinforcement that we can administer for ourselves. It is this kick, this joie de vivre, that ultimately keeps us going. At the end of the day, time moves on and if we don’t stop and celebrate every little thing, that may seem inconsequential at the moment, it may get a little too late too soon. However, wanting to celebrate is one thing and knowing what to celebrate is another. And while we don’t really need a reason to celebrate, here are five solid ones, that you start with right now during this festive season.

For the present & future

Celebrating life means rejoicing in what has happened, what is happening and what may happen in the future. Life’s all about dealing with the curve ball that was just thrown at you or rejoicing in something great that may have happened. Our existence is made up of the good, the bad and the ugly. While we may laugh during some and cry during the others, we need to realize that everything happens for a reason, with a significance that is not always clear to us at that very moment. Our duty is to celebrate it all. Celebrate the happy times and the sad, because one way or the other, we learn and should be thankful for both.

For hope & faith

Hope and faith are two pillars of life. Whether we realize it or not, we’re always hoping and placing our faith in something or the other. It is hope and faith that gets us through bad times and through good and both continues to remain strong in the list of human needs. Hope and faith play pivotal roles in enabling us to keep getting closer to our goals, amidst all the inevitable twists and turns of life. While hope involves the will to get there and faith, the fuel that sustains us through the journey, at the end of the day both are equally worth celebrating. Where there is hope there is faith and where there is faith, miracles happen.

For positive magnification

When we forget or skip celebrating something, we indirectly send messages to our brain that we may have fallen short in achieving that particular goal. When we start sending signals to our brain that we haven’t been able to accomplish something we start focusing on self-doubt instead of self-accomplishments. By celebrating more often and for longer, we are actually allowing ourselves to realize that what we’ve done is a worth an applause and the minute we start applauding our activities and accomplishments, no matter how big or small they are, we automatically expand on the positive aspects of what we want out of life.

For Self-love

Celebrating helps us stay in the present where the power is and what is more present and powerful that your being. Self-love is all about acceptance and approval of the self. It’s all about encouraging yourself to improve wherever required and make a stand wherever required, which are all reasons that calls for a celebration. No matter what the world says, our happiness and well-being lies in our own hands. No matter how much we love everyone else around us, if we don’t love ourselves, loving the world means nothing because we owe ourselves the love and celebration that we so freely give to others.

For life itself

What better reason to celebrate life than life itself? When life is sweet you should say thank you and celebrate and when life gets bitter, say thank you and celebrate. Keeping pace with what life has to offer can get a little difficult, but then again that’s what’s fun about the challenge. Nothing is handed to you without a purpose and a reason, and it is our duty to embrace it all and be thankful for everything we take out of it. As Oprah Winfrey rightly said, “the more you celebrate your life, the more there is in life to celebrate.”

Life is one incredible journey and we all should celebrate it at every chance we get. Happy Dussehra and let the celebrations begin!

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