Happiness is something we all experience, some more than others. It is thought that we should be happy all the time; however, that is not realistic. Everywhere we go in life, we are told to “Stay positive” or to “Smile through it”, like it is the healthy thing to do or even the right thing to do. Hearing this influences people to do it and it is not always beneficial to them. Constantly being happy is not healthy and can be very dangerous.
People always ask the question “How are you today?” and the response always given out is the generic “good.” Unlike asking the question “How have you been feeling lately?” as to say are you happy, are you enjoying life. To be happy is to feel or show pleasure or contentment in one 's life. Nobody absolutely knows the authentic meaning of happiness, many people have tried to figure it out but not obtain an accurate finding for it. Happiness can not be achieved if other emotions such as anger, sadness, fear, nervousness, etc. are not being utilized.
Nowadays many people think that find happiness is not easy and they feel unhappy because of various reasons such as economic, family, work, politic, health or other reasons. And they cannot manage their happiness. No matter what make you happy less, you always have the wayss to make you happier. Therefore let’s make your life full of happiness. You can find the happiness by easily three ways from my experience that going to make you cannot stop your happiness.
Due to today's standard there is a huge focus of why love is so amazing and puts relationships on a pedestal. Reality sets in and many are let down by their significant other and it seems as if they can never be as good as one hopes. The focal point of love should be less focused on romantic love and more on friendship. Music and movies put a huge expectation on relationships that are unrealistic for people to accomplish. Friends know the real you better and can give you better advice.
As humans, we frequently desire for every moment of our lives to be filled with pure joy and happiness. Without reasoning, we seek happiness in order to rid ourselves of any negative interactions and stimuli. We constantly cling to the fruits of elation while actively trying to evade our nihilistic experiences. Arthur Schopenhauer, a German philosopher, would perhaps agree that the existence of human nature generates an active pursuit of positive and fulfilling interactions rather than negative ones. More importantly, he would argue that this pursuit of happiness becomes tiresome by nature and ultimately impossible to obtain.
If you choose the right one, the person is happy, but not all choices are right, so the will can not always act right. Moreover, the purpose is not entirely intrinsic to behavior because it is partly a principle and partly a goal of behavior. Thus, happiness as the ultimate end of human moral life not only serves as the destination, but also as the principle, the source of the human
Worrying too much about things that we sometimes cannot control is futile, but completely understandable as that’s how we react to certain events. Despite this, it is still possible to focus on the good side, but how? Fortunately, we can teach ourselves some habits to help us deal with stressors, habits that can ultimately allow us to control how we handle unwelcome life situations. One is by appreciating things we have and are capable of doing every day. Modern people have become so pre-occupied with the joy of acquiring material things and chasing the perennial threshold for success that we forget about those precious little things and moments in life that we are able to enjoy and experience.
We are surrounded by stereotypes in our culture we tend to think that having money and a great occupation make us happy. Our world today is attracted to material things rather than spiritual ones; can a person who does not have these items still live a happy life? Everyone defined happiness according to their personal perspectives, but what is surely true is that money turn people materialistic and selfish and it does not let them enjoy another things or focus in moments that really fill our hearts. It is true that sometimes getting some material stuff for ourselves can be really motivating, but not exactly generate that endless satisfaction, because sooner or later we get tired of those elements we devoted at first. Eventually in our regular
Success is not instant, success is a product of a process of falling and rising. Allow me to say, it is molded by bliss, but again if that is the case then how do we reach that level now that we all fantasize a blissful life. It’s sad to note that we seldom pause to search the source of our happiness yet our ultimate desire is to be happy every day . It’s very easy at the end of the day to proclaim that it was a beautiful day full of fun but what kind of fun are we looking for? It is important to note that some things that we consider as fun could be destructive and harmful.
Happiness is something that each person has spent an amount of time in their life searching for, though it is unlikely that even the happiest people will be cheerful all the time. Positive psychologists have a goal to increase overall happiness in everyone, yet that is a difficult task when happiness is a very subjective emotion, it means something different to many people. The definition of happiness can even differ depending on culture, “ In North America One other goal for positive psychology is for psychologists to put as much effort into nurturing happiness rather than focusing solely on reducing feeling of unhappiness. “The emergence of ‘positive psychology,’ whose proponents urge fellow researchers to study happiness as seriously as they did pathological states such as depression.” (Begley 455) However positive psychology, often times place more negative emotions in a category of being harmful. While happiness is a key component to a healthy and balanced life, experiencing negative emotions such as; sadness, anger, and fear are just as important and can even be beneficial to an extent.