The Golden Tears is based on life’s realities. It is mainly about how people lose their happiness through losing themselves as individuals and how discovering your true self can bring happiness back. The story is adapted from general life situations. The main character is one of those lucky individuals who manage to turn their unhappy lives around and become very happy at the end of the day. Using the character’s turnaround, The Golden Tears provides prevention of derailment in general. Pieces of advice are sent to the youth and to the community at large. The Golden Tears, therefore, is structured to introduce people to happy life obstructions; it provides the effects of letting yourself be distracted, followed by how you can turn things around. This is where the individual, as himself or herself, counts the most, as knowledge of oneself is required for any road to success to be possible. In the last part, one who manages to discover himself or herself becomes a hero who walks a memorable journey to happiness, where true freedom may be enjoyed.