Difference Between Sukh and Suvidha – Sukh is a holistic and all-encompassing state of the mind that creates inner harmony. Sukh is also called happiness. Suvidha implies that it is looking for physical comforts and all the sources of attaining such comforts. When our body gets used to a certain level of comfort then we will only feel comfortable at that level eg. comfort in a fan, cooler, or air conditioner. Different people have different perceptions of suvidha and will seek a corresponding level of suvidha according to their perceptions.
By nature, man is fond of comfort and happiness so he goes on making desires and ambitions one after the other to enjoy more in life. To lead a comfortable life he also accumulates many facilities, so that his life may become full of comfort and happiness. Sukh depends upon our thinking. so many times we are surrounded by materialistic possessions but we feel unsatisfied. People think that their happiness depends upon suvidha (facilities) but is it not so; happiness depends upon our thinking or our mental satisfaction.
- Needs of Human
- Understanding the Needs of Self and Body
- Understanding the Human Being as the Coexistence of Self and Body
- Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs
- Understanding the Body as an Instrument of I