Argument In My Mental History By John Stuart Mill

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John Stuart Mill was a person who seemed to get his life straight and that’s a good thing. His Argument in My Mental History, Chapter V, he says that all Mankind wants is happiness. He states that we seek happiness to only make ourselves and others around us happy, but he states that when we go looking for happiness we can’t seem to find it at all. The only time we find it, is when we aren’t looking for it. Since John Stuart has addressed this topic of you finding happiness when you’re not looking for it, I actually think this is true. Most of the time I don’t really care if i’m happy but most of the time when i'm doing something fun or something I absolutely love to do, i'm always happy or being nice to people and not so pessimistic about

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