Have you ever dream about being a prince? Will a life of being a prince will be happier? Here are some tips help you live happy like a prince.
Be a 'citizen of the world' rather than just one country. Travel the world, and see other cultures and places. See the different way people live and treat each other. By doing this you will open up your mind and broaden your horizons.
Create your own kingdom and empire. You may be born into palaces or born on the street, but it is up to you to create your own life.
Know that every word that leaves your mouth can never be taken back. Let every word be positive and used for good. Negative words lead to negative energy. Speak positively and allow positive energy to flow.
Be grateful every morning when you wake up and every night before bed. Be thankful for having legs that help you run, for arms that allow you to hug, for eyes that let you see the sun, for ears that let you hear your loved ones' voices, for skin that lets you feel your mother's kisses…Grateful for all the blessings and opportunities that you are given every day.
Pray. Whether in a church, a field, on a mountaintop, walking to school or in your bedroom, pray. Have conversations with God and your ancestors or guardians. Thank them for all that you have and for the promise of what is to come. Ask them for help and guidance. They will always be there for you. The more you talk to each other, the better they will know you and be able to help you.
You posture can define your mood. Sit up straight and string. This will allow energy to flow more freely in your body.
Do a job that you are passionate about. If you are blessed to have a hobby as a job, you never have to work a day in your life.
When dining with a woman, give her the seat facing out with a view of the restaurant, whilst you take the seat facing in. She will be free to enjoy the view and the people, but your attention will be on her alone.
Don't be lazy with your vocabulary. For example, instead of describing something as 'nice,' use one of the hundreds of other more descriptive adjectives to express your point.
If you do have a 'princely duty,' it is only to be a good person, kind, noble and true.