The Triangle of Life is an approach to life which balances happiness, health and love, which cascades into general wellbeing. This holistic approach is the foundation of Lanopearl’s business philosophy and unique corporate culture. With this concept always in mind, we constantly strive to achieve technological breakthroughs and product excellence to create a difference to our consumers lives.
‘Happiness’, ‘love’ and ‘health’. These 3 words are widely used, however how well do we know these 3 words and what do they mean to us?
It’s human nature to want happiness and be afraid of pain and grief. The question is, what is real happiness? The desire for happiness has no meaning without understanding the true nature of happiness. Many people consider sensual pleasure as happiness and their efforts are directed towards achieving this. To this group of people, happiness means searching for pleasures for the senses. The question ‘what is happiness?’ does not arise in their hearts, because in their hearts they treat a life full of sensory joys as a happy life. To others, happiness does not lie in objects or enjoyment; happiness or unhappiness lies within imagination. Happiness means ease and the complete lack of restlessness. There are many forms of ‘happiness’, and we each find happiness in our own unique way, however the deeper answer relates to the experience of the soul itself. The first step is to ponder over the fundamentals of life, however conversely, we should remember that the real experience of the soul is achieved by the absence of pondering over the fundamentals of life!
There are many forms of love. ‘Passionate love’ involves continuously thinking about a loved one and involves warm sexual feelings and powerful emotional reactions. ‘Companion love’ is having trusting and tender feelings for someone who is close to you. Many opinions have been formed on this thing called love! Love is the quiet understanding and mature acceptance of imperfection. It is real, it gives you strength and grows beyond you – to bolster your loved one. You are warmed by their presence, even when they are away. Distances do not separate you. Love also means trust. You are calm, secure and unthreatened. They feel your trust which in turn makes them even more trustworthy. Love is an upper. It makes you feel whole. It completes the circle. It fills the empty space in your heart. Love is elevating. It lifts you up. It makes you think positively and makes you a better person than you were before. If you have love in your life it can make up for a great many things you don’t have. If there is no love in your life, you will find your life has a lot less meaning.
There are many ideas and opinions as to what constitutes good health, or what a meaningfully healthy lifestyle feels or looks like. It could be said that health should be a natural condition, or at least a consistent state of well-being. But what is natural condition? Trying to push our limits mentally or physically does not help achieve good health. Going to the gym when you’re exhausted is definitely not good for your health! In our modern culture perhaps it’s time for us to look at what this instinctive, natural knowledge of good health is all about. This knowledge probably includes simple things like sunshine, pure water, sleeping when the sun sets, relying on wholesome foods from nature, spending time outdoors and being physically active.