Life offers us so many paths to walk down, which one is to be taken, it will lead to a distinct journey for everyone. Whether to choose the one less traveled by, the path that seems to be rocky and slippery or the path that seems like a one way street; either we are prejudiced of the paths or based on sound insights, we should be the one in control of our decision. Life can be tricky, thus by staying grounded we make simpler life. By realising that life is as temporary as a vivid moment that goes to past in a blink of an eye, the guy slaps my face hard, he is young, but he views the world in his glasses so wise. The glittery life can make us go blind and happiness comes in a way it seems costly, when on the other flip, in a humbler way of seeing life or even better in an altruistic way of living it, happiness comes in a way as effortless as eating noodle in the middle of the rain. Life, from a bird’s eye view, differs from one eyes to another. Bertrand Russell, a contemporary philosopher, in his book ‘Conquest of Happiness’ stated what makes a great man, according to him, “One thing in common; altogether it will be found that quite life is a characteristic of great men, and that their pleasure have not been of the sort that would look exciting.” It may not be exciting from a bird’s eyes view, it may be palid and plain, but that way, fulfillment and happiness are as easy as breathing an air the next day. I keep on reading those lines, not because of the person, but the hidden messages it conveys leave me feeling relief. Life, from a bird’s eye view, at last, lies in the eyes of the beholder.