Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Home Sweet Home

It is been more than a week since I posted the details of my weekend in
New York. On Monday evening I got on a flight out of JFK and arrived home in the wee hours of Wednesday. It is great to be home, sleep on my own bed and have my loved ones around me and never having to worry about where my next spicy meal is coming from ! The weather too is great after the freezing wet weekend I experienced in New York. It is good to be home and I rejoice at the privilege of having a home where I am loved and cared for, a home where everyone in the family is happy to to get back after a trip or at the end of a hard day's work. A home where every one loves each other and bond well. I believe a happy home is the outcome of our attitudes, beliefs and practices. We will only succeed in our goal of creating a happy home if we are ready to sacrifice our egos and selfish behaviours that is wrapped around 'I' 'Me' and 'Mine' rather than 'You', We, 'Us' etc.

A happy home may not be a must to succeed in life but a happy home sure accelerates your success and what good is success if we have no one (Folks who genuinely care for you and love you) to celebrate it with?

Happy homes are a Blessing and results from our unselfish motives and unconditional love. Tough to do but a great investment for your future and your children's future. I am very happy to have a happy home.


Stanley David said...

I am reminded of Leo Tolstoy's quote:

All happy families resemble one another; but each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.

It is indeed a blessing to have a happy home.

Madana said...

Hi Raj and Bina.. So true, to have a happy family is a great blessing. The Lord is a great God and He makes sure that we have all things necessary to serve Him. great reading about your New York trip.

Vinita said...

Enjoyed reading about your trip to NY. So glad you had a better experience with the food!

Have a very blessed Christmas!