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History has shown that man has lived together from the beginning. Many people can say that they can live alone, but every person can face a time in life when they need someone with whom they can share their experiences, problems, and feelings of Joy.
“Man was formed for society and is neither capable of living alone, nor has the courage to do it.” – William Blackstone
Now, if you’re a person that lives alone, and think that it’s a wrong theory. Then I guarantee you, one day there will come a time when you need a shoulder to cry on.
Suppose you don’t need a person for sharing your feelings but if you get sick or got an injury then you need a person for moral support.
At that time, the situation might be different whether it’s for companionship or help. You will remember my words that a man can’t live alone. He needs someone to feel the pleasure of life that is undoubted “JOY.”
You need another person to live life to its full extend. You may think that living alone or spending a long time by yourself brings you peace and calm, but it doesn’t give surety that you are full of Joy.
To experience the full flavor of joy, you need to live around like-minded people. Because joy comes when you’re surrounding yourself with people who share their joy with others.
“We’re still social creatures and require a community of people in order to thrive.”
In todays world, everyone is living in their own cocooned. So, nobody has space and time for other people. We want to live and want to feel joy, but we don’t have time for that, because some have jobs, and other pursuits of life. And at the same time, technology has evolved so much we can make good use of it.
To find like-minded people, so we can interact with them, get to know other people, and have a meaningful time.
“There are ways to meet people and surround yourself with like-minded people who will help you feel JOY.”
Let’s start this journey by defining your interests.
“If you always do what interests you, at least one person is pleased.
Now think for a while, what do you like to do? If your favorite activity is playing poker and watching football games, a group that meets for needlepoint might not appeal to you.
Think about the things you enjoy and make a list. There is bound to be something in there you can work with. You may also consider religious and spiritual groups. Check out a few churches in your area. Try to stay relatively close to home or you might find the inconvenience is too much to overcome consistently. Keep looking until you find a place where you feel comfortable and welcome.
Think about groups related to physical activity. Do you like to run? Play Golf? Bowl? Compete in Powerlifting or Chess? There are plenty of groups you can join. You can do something you already love to do and make a few friends in the process.
Trying to look at the people you work with. You might not want to hang out with the same people you work with all day. On the other hand, you already know who you like and don’t like. Maybe you could get a group together once a week for an activity.
In today digital world, why don’t you start taking advantage of the internet to find people? Many websites cater to finding like-minded people for meeting and socializing. Meetup.com is one of the most well-known. There are many others. See what you can find and fill out a profile.
“Find something good without looking for it.”
You can find online communities. If you’re extremely shy, have an unusual schedule, or eclectic tastes, you might have more luck online. If your interests are hairless cats and howling at the moon, you can probably find your people online. Of course, there’s plenty to be found if you’re mainstream.
Just be careful. It is important to have some face-to-face interaction in your life. Avoid having your entire social life online. There’s no true substitute for sharing the same physical space with someone. Be bold and be patient. The process of finding and bonding with new people can be stressful. You’ll have to use a little courage and be patient.
“Everything comes to you at the right time.”
It might take some time to find the right group. Build your social skills, and don’t make an excuse to wait to find some new people. Just make an effort to build on your social skills in the process of finding your community.
“Practice builds expertise
There are people out there just like you that would love to see you and interact with you regularly. Resist the urge to be a loner 24/7. There are a lot of good things happening that you’re missing. No one is meant to face the world alone.
So, create or join a community of like-minded people. You’ll be glad you did. If you are interested in finding joy in your life, consider joining the JOYELY Community that is a diverse circle of people that prioritize happiness in their life and focus on finding, and sharing Joy.