~Happiness


Happiness is in our power~the choices we make. Recognizing this is the very first step towards making ourselves happy. Happiness is a concept that can mean many different things to many people, maybe living a good life, moments of extraordinary experiences, profound moments of love, understanding and rapture through which a person feels more whole, alive and self sufficient.

Happiness perhaps can be the matter of luck. Some were happy others were not happy. It is kind of fate, nobody could change it. But then if we realize; good luck is often associated with prosperity. There had to be something else, otherwise life would be so unfair!

Someone who is happy just feels good! You don’t need to be a multi-million company CEO to get the right to be happy. Everybody, in their own way, more or less complex, find a way to reach a state of lightheartedness from some moments of their lives. 

I think happiness comes from the verb β€œto happen” because if you make something happen, is because you have reached what you wanted so then you are happy as happiness depends on ourselves more than anybody else. ☺

The ultimate purpose of human existence is happiness as it is always an end in itself. It encompases the totatilty of one’s life. It is not something that can be gained or lost in a few hours, like pleasurable sensations. It is more like the ultimate value of your life as lived up to the moment. 

For As It Is Not One Swallow Or One Fine Day That Makes A Spring, So It Is Not One Day Or Short Time That Makes A Man Blessed And Happy!~✌😊

As far as maintaining happiness in life is concern, I think happiness is something that cannot be maintained, it depends on a person wheather to make happiness the part of his life or  just to live life like it is because nobody will protect you from your suffering. You can’t cry it away or eat it away or even therapy it away. Its just there, and you have to survive it. You have to endure it. You have to live through it and love it and move on and be better for it and run as far as you can in the direction of your best and happiest dreams across the bridge that was build by your own desire to heal.  

And if we talk about how happiness is no more the part of life and just gone like it never existed, so I think happiness is a choice not a result. Nothing will make you happy until you choose to be happy. No person will make you happy unless you decide to be happy. Your happiness will not come to you. It can only come from you. So, letting go happiness is again a matter of choice. 

In the end I would like to say that a person is responsible for his own happiness. It actaully comes in moments. The best thing one can do to be happy is letting go what’s gone, being grateful for what remains and looking forward to what’s coming …

  πŸ˜Š….Thank you all the amazing people out there for reading!

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114 thoughts on “~Happiness

    1. Agreed…. πŸ™‚ And I would have wrote about sadness too but someone asked me to write about happiness…only happiness .. Its origin, how is it is maintained and how it is just gone.
      πŸ™‚ BTW very well said both teaches us something. Thanks for stopping by~

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  1. This is beautifully written piece. Wonderful perspective, full of resolution and self awareness. I really loved this part:

    “You have to live through it and love it and move on and be better for it and run as far as you can in the direction of your best and happiest dreams across the bridge that was build by your own desire to heal.”

    Just beautiful.

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  2. It’s all so. However, happiness cannot be a goal since it is a state of mind. Brain chemicals can either significantly contribute to a person’s happiness, or strongly interfere with such feelings. Certain diseases, medications and deficiencies won’t allow a person to experience happiness because it’s not a state of mind which happens because one did or didn’t do anything. People can certainly try to program themselves since universe listens, it listens to everything: screams, whining, complaining, laughter, joyful thought or good idea. Generally, feeling good and satisfied is already fine. In my opinion, happiness has been devaluated since this word has lost its meaning and contextual coverage. When everything is happy starting from days and hours, including meals, food, outfits and technical devices, being happy about nothing sounds strange at the best. It’s good people have reason to be happy and so they are. I don’t believe everybody with a smile on their face is happy. They might be just ok. https://inesepogalifeschool.com/

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    1. I agree.. with you.
      That not everyone with a smile on their face is happy.. yes they perhaps are just okay.
      And people have different reasons to get happy… whatsoever it is.. but it can make them happy.
      I agree.. very well said… that happiness is a state of mind. πŸ‘

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  3. sharing something i wrote about sorrow:
    β€œshelter her with care,
    for she doesn’t demand;
    like a lover.
    she seeks your attention
    as an abandoned child,
    staring from a corner,
    looking for affection.
    love your sorrow.”

    as for happiness; its a choice. but i have yet to figure out how to make it.
    great post! πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

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  4. Such true words! I agree that happiness is something chosen that comes from within ourselves. I believe that in order to choose this state of being we have to be way more conscious of ourselves and our surroundings in our day to day life. I think that the more we can do this in our daily life, the more the good will come, and the more we will be able to recognize it and harness it. Perhaps something that could help all of us become more conscious in our lives is to be aware of our humanity and let go of what society has pushed us into feeling and thinking.

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