Living Slowly

People consider happiness as materialistic or non-materialistic objects. They may believe that achieving one of their biggest desires would be the most happiest thing. They may not be wrong in a sense that you do feel happy when you achieve something. What people often forget in the chase is that the little things in life also maters. A kiss from the first rays of the sun, the sharp coldness of the earth, the fruity smell of dirt after a rain, an art of lightning followed by the rumble of thunder, the lustful warmth shared by fire and every other tiny expressions in our life makes us happy. Life should be all about celebrating the small things rather than pursuing a fast life. Why do anyone want to burn out life when they can enjoy each and every moment of it?