Happiness and sadness are state of mind. We feel happiness because we 'think' and 'believe' something good has happened and vice versa we feel sad when we think something bad has happened.
The reason for one's happiness may be the reason of someone else's sadness. Very trivial example - victory is a sport: the winner is happy and runner up is sad at the same time, with same outcome.
Coming back to the point, once we understand we are happy, there comes satisfaction and bliss which leads to more happiness and we stay happy or more happy, till the state of mind stays. Once that state of mind is gone, we are back to normal, mundane life.
by Mike Pugh 5 years ago
Where do you think true happiness stems from?"Happiness" is a a awesome benefit in many ways of feeling that moments in life are worth living, but where does this cool thing come from, is it part of the mind, coming from the heart, the spirit or what. Please try to briefly express your...
by Rajan Singh Jolly 7 years ago
Why do we have a spring in our step when we are very happy?
by praveenniru 5 years ago
Why a human being feel happy sometime and sad sometime ?
by Annie 6 years ago
Does Happiness Come With Age?
by Don Ship 7 years ago
that you would want your children to learn about life?
by amurbach 6 years ago
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