Choose Happiness First

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Have you ever wished for or wanted something because it would make you happy? When you got it, were you happy and for how long? If what you did or received didn't bring you the happiness you anticipated -...
Scientists are practical people. They, instead of looking deep into the subject as to why certain things happen in a particular way, are quite happy to observe and know what happens. No scientist knows, why two masses of matter...
Happiness is the most valuable thing in the life of man. We all wish to be happy in our lives. Yet nothing seems to be as transient as happiness. Even when one is extremely happy in a particular moment,...
Happiness is something you cannot buy at the grocery store or at the smartest of boutiques, it is something that we all strive to have, but it takes work to achieve. We all want to be happy, most of the...

Creating More Happiness

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Happiness: Do you have the secret or are you still trying to chase it down? How do you define happiness for you? Where are you still wishing, waiting and hoping to discover true happiness? If you have found happiness...what...
Happiness.  It is a concept that humans have struggled with for millennia.  How is happiness defined? What makes us happy? What should make us happy?  Is happiness on a national or global level more important than individual happiness?  Is happiness something...
There are so many aspects of happiness that it would be impossible for me to write about all of them in one article... or several. And to be honest, I don't think I, or anyone in the world really...

Finding Your Happiness

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Research has identified a number of attributes that correlate with happiness: relationships and social interaction, extraversion, marital status, employment, health, democratic freedom, optimism, religious involvement, income and proximity to other happy people. Moreover, the structure of the social network...

What is Happiness?

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This post's title question might appear a little surprising at first. Does "happiness" really need to be defined? After all, we all seem to know quite well what it is. We know when we are happy, and when we...
"All happy families are alike; each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way," wrote Leo Tolstoy in his classic Anna Karenina. This statement carries a great meaning hidden in it. The statement seems to suggest that there is...
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