Why is it that happy people make other people mad because they're so happy?
You don't make them mad, my dear. They envy you. You have what they want but can't have because they will not let themselves. It seems like now a days, you're a freak if you are happy; stoned or just had great sex. You can't just be happy because you woke up, above ground, the sun is shining and you know it will be a good day.
Let them envy for now. But in time, your upbeat attitude becomes contagious and the people around you will see you have a much better, simpler life because you aren't always stressed out over things that don't usually happen anyway.
Keep smiling. You'll live long.
I think other people who want to be happy take their frustrations out on someone who is because they don't know how to be happy or they are failing at the things they would like to accomplish. I know a particularly nasty man who is a business owner that is driving his customers away because he is this way. Sooner or later, he will have no source of income.
It is jealousy. For me, I am always happy to see others being happy. I am happy for them. So, I see no reason why I should be mad. Only those who feel jealous will be mad.
Other's shouldn't get angry because someone else is happy. That is so selfish. Maybe envious if their life is not so well at the moment?
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