Are you happy?
Happiness is such a simple, natural concept and yet, it seems so hard fro the average person to attain. Most of us are really bad at being happy.
I'm happier than a horny hillbilly at a family reunion.
I'm happier than a possum in a pile of sh**.
I'm happier than a sea otter on its back.
So yeah, I suppose I am "happy."
ya i m happy with my family
i m happy with my friends
i m happy with my life
i m happy with my dreams
i m happy when my dreams come true
i m happy that i m earing for my family
i m happy that right now i m alone
i m happy what god did with me
but needs, dreams, never ends..so we have to happy with what we got and what we don't.
There is no fixed formula for happiness. But I have a method, which is, I trust my inner impulses. I follow them and be happy.
LOL I love how you present this, Beata, "most of us are really bad at being happy." That strikes me as funny because I would tend to agree with you. Great question.
Reading the responses here, KeithJK has a funny one, haha.
It's all a matter of perspective and those who are the happiest tend to accept who they are and the life they are living. Good question.
Yes I'm happy who wouldn't be with such great friends around on Hubpages.
Also I'm happy with my lot in general, just don't expect too much in life and take each day as it comes, Yes I'm happy.
Yes I guess I am happy I think if you expect too much from life you wont always be happy its impossible to be always happy you need the rain and the rainbow ....
by PeterCastle 4 years ago
can money buy happiness?Can you buy happiness? Or happiness is something you can not buy. if it is , so how can we be happy?
by Money Fairy 6 years ago
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by SeSharer 9 years ago
Life is better, but happiness is less.That's my life.I never feel so heavy pressure in my life till now. Sometime I really think I am not living for myself, but for many. ...What about yours?
by Michele Kelsey 4 years ago
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by kirstenblog 8 years ago
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by Escobana 6 years ago
And if you're not, what would you change to reach the state of happiness you want to be in.I am happy for living my life without any stress, the freedom to choose where I want to go each day, for having found true love and for having learned how to love myself with all the good and all the bad.
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