If you mean geographic location, then yes. We live in a small town in Montana and my children and grandchildren are here.
If you mean personally, I would have to admit that no, I am not happy where I am. I have left so many things undone, or unaccomplished. I am getting older and the body is not cooperating. A host of things. Some I can fix, some I can't...but I'm working on them.
I am not. I cannot imagine a yin CRYING out for the remunerative, recuperative yang!
Overall yes, for the most part I am completely comfortable with who I am. I love my house, but wish I could pick it up and move it to a different location one with neighbors who were a little nicer and not as gossipy perhaps.
Yes. I am happy where I am. I have matured over the years from a baby to a parent now. I am glad that my parents had brought me up the way the society has accepted me. I am happy with the friends in my life.
Mostly, I am happy to have my family with me while I journey into the last phase of my life on earth.
On a personal/emotional level - nope. I'm not happy. Not even a little bit.
Geographically? I'm indifferent. I'd rather be in the midwest in a small town like where I grew up. Screw southern California...
Yes, I am happy where I am but I still miss home(the Philippines).
I am ecstatic. Not because of any thing. Only because I learned how to be. Once you let go of all the wrong concepts and the world, only happiness remains. Happiness is always there, if you keep your house/mind clean.
I am happy after retirements though even then I was serving the society while in service but the society was demanding as it was my duty and their right. Now I am doing the same thing - serving the society of my own free will and every body likes it whereas earlier the society used to find faults. Now the same society is not demanding but acknowledges the services and free service is valued in high esteem. I am leading a happy life after my retirement in my home town with my child hood friends and wife.
I am finally happy in the place I live in time and effort is required to adapt to new places, and new lives, and off-course to face up to new challenges. The new home and comfortable life together with happiness makes one feel good about their places in life.
If you are talking about country, yes i am happy where i am, at least no tornadoes or earthquakes. If you are referring to my present income, no i am not happy at all and trying to crack my brain how to improve myself and HP. Are you happy?
by Stacie L 7 years ago
With so much to complain about and negative comments in the forums, i thought we could try to change the mindset a bit and have people post what makes them happy.happiness is a state of mind,no matter what the circumstances are.Seeing a beautiful sunset, is one thing that makes me happy.how...
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.
by Atiquemr9 6 years ago
Are you really happy or make people think you are?
by Shampa Sadhya 6 years ago
What is your individual approach towards life to be happy everyday?
by Butta6363 5 years ago
Think about it. Can you say you are truly happy? Is there something you feel is missing in your life? Love, money,family???? Is there really a true happy person out there with no worries. Lets see!!!!!
by yaknowwhat 8 years ago
Do you think most people are happy and content with the life they are living ?I often wonder as I " people watch " what their story is , what their life is like and if they are happy , anyone else out there think about this ?
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