Every thing does not have an inherent meaning or definition; it is neutral. Things only have power once you assign them a meaning. Think about it: when you are a baby, everything is wonderful and awe-inspiring. You don't see any thing or experience as good or bad, you only see opportunities to learn. But, somehow on the path between childhood and adulthood, you start adopting definitions for things.
Let's explore this concept of neutrality further. Take a look at this tree. You may say it's a good-looking tree,
Here's another example: the activity of hiking is not inherently assigned a definition as being "fun" or "boring." It just is, and then we choose to assign certain definitions to it. The person who thinks that hiking is always fun will always have a good time hiking. However, the person who thinks that hiking is boring will hate going. Which person would you rather be?
Perhaps now you are seeing how definitions can change your life. If you want to be happy in life, change
So, if you are miserable in life, or are simply not happy with the situations you are in, just change your definitions.