Who is the most happy person according to you & why?

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  1. Shrikrishnap profile image53
    Shrikrishnapposted 5 years ago

    Who is the most happy person according to you & why?

    Who is the most happy person according to you & why?
    1. A Person who has arranged first set of stones
    2. A person who has arranged second set of stones
    3. A person who has arranged third set of stones

    Why part is important in this question smile

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  2. DDE profile image26
    DDEposted 5 years ago

    The more you achieve the more you want to reach further so I  would say no.3 start small to walk tall

    1. Shrikrishnap profile image53
      Shrikrishnapposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Yes DDE there is happiness in achieving big things. Actually the path to achieve goals gives us real happiness. Thanks for Nice answer.

  3. SidKemp profile image90
    SidKempposted 5 years ago

    I'll go for the person who arranged the second set of stones. This person paid attention to color, both hue and shade, as well as height and number of stones. This indicates a broader mind and wider interests. I think these qualities are more important than making a single great achievement.

    1. Shrikrishnap profile image53
      Shrikrishnapposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks a lot for your answer. From many days I have been searching for answer to this question. I have discussed this with many people around whom I know & everyone gives me a nice answer.

      Your answer is also verybeautiful & balanced. Thank

  4. Good Guy profile image84
    Good Guyposted 5 years ago

    The first set.  He keeps things simple.  He is happy with simple things in life.

    1. Shrikrishnap profile image53
      Shrikrishnapposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks Good Guy for a nice answer
      This is true that simplicity gives us happiness. At first place we should not condition the Happiness.

  5. Electro-Denizen profile image82
    Electro-Denizenposted 5 years ago

    To start in reverse... No. 3 is trying to be too elaborate and is trapped by ego... No.2 is still trying too hard in various ways.... so No. 1 is happiest. Free in the moment, not trapped by mind games.

    1. Shrikrishnap profile image53
      Shrikrishnapposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks electro-Denizen for your answer.
      Your answer is very nice & made me think. It is very true that we get trapped in mind games. We have to live life in a simple way.
      Thanks again.

  6. kallini2010 profile image81
    kallini2010posted 5 years ago

    I'll probably ruin the answers for everybody else.  The answer that you give gives a reflection of the person who is answering the question.

    First of all, it is a speculative question because we don't know the answer.  Or maybe I should it is not a factual question.  Happiness cannot be measured.

    I remember when somebody told me that "The best dancer is the happiest".  He or she can be terrible to look at, but the happiest...  Maybe in the happiest compared to his own other states of mind.

    We can say that person #3 has more time and patience and like vertical things.  Towers being a masculine symbol.

    Besides, the photographs are not shot from the same distance and not with the same lighting.

    Every photograph alone can be a subject for an essay, but their comparison?  A novel.

    I would pick the second photograph - for lighting, the presence of colour, the medium size of the structure (not to small, not too tall).  Maybe too tall (#3) tells us a person is a show off and a super achiever?

    What I like about the third one is the Dawn and asymmetry, the tower does not dominate the shot.

    P.S.  Not to hurt the feelings of the person who asks the question

    the correct superlative term for "happy" is "happiest" not "the most happy".

    Who is ever happy learning grammar?  Nobody.  After learning a few languages - I am ready to sit and build stone towers (that is after I threw a few of them at my teachers!)  I am joking, of course.

    1. Shrikrishnap profile image53
      Shrikrishnapposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Thanks a lot kallini smile for correcting me. I could not edit the question.
      Your answer is really a nice. I ask this question to people around me (in correct English) & I always get a different answer based on their experiences which teaches me a l

    2. SidKemp profile image90
      SidKempposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      I enjoyed studying grammar, but maybe I'm the exception that proves the rule.

  7. ytackett profile image60
    ytackettposted 5 years ago

    The first set.  It is small and simple.  I see this as enjoying every small detail of life and keeping life simple.

    1. Shrikrishnap profile image53
      Shrikrishnapposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Keep life simple & be happy.  Yes, enjoying every moment can make us happy. ytackett Thanks for sharing your thoughts.

  8. IDONO profile image81
    IDONOposted 5 years ago

    No.1---- No.3 is saying, " I've got a lot of stuff and as I get more and more, it gets even harder to balance." No. 2 says," I'll just sit back and watch No.3 and when he falls over, I''ll know how to balance better when I get all that stuff."  No.1 is saying,"  I'll just sit here, all little and cute and look over this beautiful ocean that's in front of me and appreciate today and not worry about tomorrow. I am thankful for what I have  and that I don't have to put so much time and effort into trying to be something I'm not. In the end, No.3 will fall, No.2 will be frustrated always trying to catch up, and me, I'll be sitting here enjoying another beautiful day at the beach, just like yesterday.   Absolutely, NO.1  !!!

    1. Shrikrishnap profile image53
      Shrikrishnapposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Wow this is also a very nice answer. It is good to look at what we have & be grateful to god. Being contented can also make us happy. IDONO thanks for a nice elaborate answer.

  9. manatita44 profile image84
    manatita44posted 5 years ago

    God's ultimate servants. They have discovered the supreme secret that happiness lies in love and service, and this gives them tremendous joy.

    1. Shrikrishnap profile image53
      Shrikrishnapposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      Wow this is a different answer. Serving others gives a real happiness.  Happiness lies in Love & Service nice thought. manatita44 Thanks for sharing.

 
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