If you did not know what sadness was, you wouldn't know when you were happy. Life's rich tapestry involves happy and sad times, to have no sadness ever, would be like hard boiled eggs without salt. Humans grow through sadness and troble and develop their characters and emotional strength.
It's called emotions. The human body has a plethora of them. Too many to list.
From my experience I can say
1.Weather conditions often govern moods of the people. For instance, some people feel depressed during rainy season while there are others who just hate summers or winters.
2. It can also happen when you meet a very pessimistic person & from being very happy you start feeling miserable.
That's the way it is with humans. Sadness pushes us or motivates us to pursue what we deem as happiness in the personal level. Happiness shows us the beauty of life and everything in it. Both have important purpose and give colors to life. Sadness warns us that it's time to move on and grow to be developed into a perfection unique to the individual level. Happiness shows us that life is after all worth living despite the sadness.
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