One late evening in 2006, 19-year-old Kencho was walking home from Rigsum Institute in Thimphu where he was studying IT. All of a sudden, a group of unidentified boys encircled him and started hitting him indiscriminately. The incident left him utterly shocked and traumatized. He had no clues why he was attacked and who were the culprits. Since that day, he began to feel insecure to be alone. In the following days, he started contacting his close friends and brought them together to discuss how they should have their own defense mechanism so that others won’t be able to threaten them in the future. A series of meetings and discussions he had with his friends over the span of few months eventually led to the birth of MB Boys (Mass Brothers Boys) in 2007 under his leadership.
Pursuing happiness in the materialistic world is like chasing our own shadow. The more we move forward, the further it goes. No matter how much wealth we accumulate at the end of the day, we will never be able to attain the level of happiness we desire. It will be an endless race. The real happiness actually comes from within, not from outside. If we learn how to be content with what we have, we will never have to look for happiness anywhere else. The world we live in can be defined by how we perceive it. If we look at it positively, we can see the real beauty of life around us. But if we view it negatively, that will shut all the doors to happiness.