The best form of worship is to be happy, to be grateful..!!
The Key to Worship is Happiness and Gratitude
The reason why happiness and gratitude go hand in hand with worship should be clear to anyone who has experienced it. The more grateful you are, the happier you become, and the happier you are, the more grateful you become. In this way, one feeds into the other. When we are unhappy, it’s difficult to be grateful because we tend to focus on what we don’t have or why we don’t have it.
What is happiness?
Happiness is the state of being happy. It has been defined as a mental or emotional state that consists of positive feelings ranging from contentment to intense joy. A variety of biological, psychological, religious, and philosophical approaches have striven to define happiness and identify its sources. Various research groups, including positive psychology researchers such as Martin Seligman, believe that happiness consists of three main elements: subjective well-being; life satisfaction; and eudaimonia (a Greek word meaning happiness).
How are they related to worship?
When we are happy, life flows more easily. When we are grateful for the gifts in our lives, we can feel at peace with ourselves. When these two things come together, it creates a sense of worship within us. The best form of worship is happiness and gratitude.
Examples of happiness and gratitude in worship
When I am happy, I’m grateful. When I’m grateful, I’m happy. It’s a cycle. Being happy is the key to worship because it’s what makes me feel closer to God. When we’re feeling down, we should remember that there are people with much worse lives than ours, and that they are still grateful for what they do have. We should be just as grateful for the things we have in our lives as well. The key to worshiping God isn’t religion or doing good deeds; it’s simply being content with who you are and where you are in life.
We cannot be happy all the time, but we can try our best. And when we are not happy, we can remember that it’s ok. We do not have to be perfect in order for God to love us. We just need to start by loving ourselves. With a little bit of effort, happiness can become a habit.