Happiness Essay

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The Search for Happiness Is life really about the "money", the "cash", who has the biggest gold chain or who drives the shiniest and quickest car, who sells the most albums or who has the greatest reputation? Nowadays happiness is viewed in many different ways. An individual defines happiness according to his or her personal perspectives. Each individual describes his or her inner feelings in a way that you can't associate with another. Happiness initially and understandably means the inner state of comfort or a pleasurable and a satisfying experience. It allows individuals to gain from their highest thoughts, wisdom, intelligence, common sense, emotions, health, and spiritual values in someone's lifetime. What makes others happy and what makes myself happy are not the same factors. You, and simply you agree on whatever it is that gives you the warm feeling of happiness. This difference is what causes the world to be remarkable. Most of the happiness that we go through derives from the sensation of love. So many people look to their relationships, especially in a relationship; to give the pair the true happiness that they cannot find on their own. Love is not enough to support happiness, and then there are many unsatisfied lovers in the world. The belief that love guarantees happiness is left over from the ideology of romantic love that tells us we will live happily ever after if we can only find the true person with whom to devote our life with. If we understand that love by itself will not bring happiness, then hopefully we will be more tolerant of the imperfections of those we love. If our relationships have their complications and if those we love do not always encounter our expectations; it doesn't mean that we have lost our ability for happiness. When we do not expect love to give us the happiness that we want, there will be more space for

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