What is successful? Money? Social status? Love?
True success beyond the tangible and superficial realms of this world lies within. It is that satisfaction that one's own path is truly fulfilling the measure of their being. You can be happy living off of $8 an hour as long as you live within your means. You can be happy by extending charity, love and understanding to those within your social circles rather than striving toward higher classes. You can be happy even in times of lost love if you exercise that seed of faith that one is out there for you and that you will eventually find that person.
In short, if your life is filling the measure of your spirit and being then yes, you are happy!
Of course, failure is just a temporary defeat it doesn’t mean sadness or it’s the end of the world, it only means to strive further and to exert more effort.
happiness is the result of many things and once a person finds out what that is for them than it can not be measured by people, places or things.
happiness isnt defined by success rather than ones ablity to enjoy life based on there beliefs practices and attuide
I feel like if people are happy they are successful doesn't everyone feel successful when they are happy?
everyone has his or her own definition on what success is and if they don't achieve it....there is no way they can be happy
I think when i'm not successful, in general, i'm also happy, although sometime i'm not so happy, full with dispirited and failure.
I like this quote " If you keep on failing at everything you do, don't view yourself as a failure. For you succeed at failing. So to succeed, one must fail at failure!"
of course you can. being happy is the greatest success a person can have. what i'd like to no is if being super rich gives a person happiness?
Yes, look at India. Many of the holymen there live in total poverty and yet they are in ecstatsy. Happiness is an inner condition that does not depend on externals.
by Queirdkus Ω Ibidem 6 years ago
Does being successful equate to being happy? Can one be a failure yet be happy?
by TheBlondie 7 years ago
Which is more important: happiness or success?
by Erick Hernandez 11 months ago
I went to college, but failed. I went to ITT Tech, but failed. I'm asking a simple question: Is college a requirement for success in the modern world?
by Grace Marguerite Williams 5 years ago
The topic of success is a highly contentious one. Many of us want and yearn to be successful. Well, that is not necessarily the case. Many of us only talk about success but oftentimes do not want to exert the effort necessary to obtain this success. ...
by Pankaj Pathak 12 months ago
Failure is stepping stone to success. Do you agree or not? Why?
by RickBurnett 4 years ago
What is your definition of happiness and success?
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