Browsing through Dinh Le street, the capital’s famous book street with shops and endless rows of books, I came across many works by young Vietnamese authors.

Is it true that young people in this era love sadness so much?

Why must we tolerate sadness?

I frowned in doubt.

There is an interesting thing that not everyone knows or has time to contemplate, which is that young people, without much experience, like sadness and vice versa, adults hate it, even hate it.

But listen to me once, when you’re still carefree enough, when you don’t have to face sadness or really difficult things, try to be as happy as possible.

When you are still carefree enough, when you don’t have to face sadness or really difficult things, try to be as happy as possible.

The adults I know, they all try to enjoy life as much as possible because work, love, family, relationships, and the chaos of life take away too much joy from them.

I also do not completely deny the uses of sadness.

But really, we shouldn’t actively immerse ourselves in it or nurture it.

Be happy and love life instead of letting sadness dominate.

It’s true that when we don’t have something, we often look at it with beautiful, longing eyes.

The best way is to create a happy mood for yourself, live carefree, and receive lots of joy from now on.

Because you know, how long is this life to be indifferent!