Happiness. What is ‘Happiness’? Everyone has a different perception towards happiness. Throughout our life, each of us as human being had been struggling to find the key to happiness without realizing that the key to happiness is actually within us. Some might say that the rich are often the happiest because they have the most luxury. Others might say that the poor are often the happiest because they are poured with love and gratitude. We all should never use the rich and the poor as example in terms of happiness. Happiness is a state of being happy and the feeling of contentment. It is a fuzzy concept that can mean different things to each one of us. Everyone deserves happiness in their life. Open the door to your heart and let happiness bloom.
Happiness is a little book of little things. The little things, at the end of the day offer the simple joy we seek. We often don’t appreciate the little things in life and tend to focus on the much bigger ones. As we look back, those little things are the ones that could actually put a smile on our face. A friend that tried to keep us happy when we’re unhappy. Our mom cooking our favorite meal when we’re home from school. Our dad carrying us into our bedroom when we unexpectedly fallen asleep on the couch. Our class teacher giving us a sticker on our homework because we excelled in it. Having a star next to our name on the student board due to good behavior. All these little things gave us a moment of happiness. Enjoy the little things in life for one day we may look back and realized they were actually the big things.
Happiness is being inspired and to be able to inspire others. Being inspired by John Green’s ‘The Fault in Our Stars’ was one of the best inspiration I’ve ever had and it gives me happiness. One of the best quote in the book is “The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves, that we are underlings.” The quote was expressed as an idea that men themselves are responsible...
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