Success and happiness are two different feelings. One decides whether they want to live happy and successful or be successful to be happy. Until people learn how to differentiate the idea of success and being successful, they will continue to strive for success in order to feel the euphoria. Once people learn how to be happy in every aspect of their life, success will be part of their morals, therefore it will no longer be part of peoples goals but they live. Surround yourself with happiness and you will be happy.
CONCLUSION My answer to my question is that everyone in the whole world secretly smiles at others misfortunes. Some people benefit from it the situation, others might gain from it. That person that is smiling at the other guy might think everything is a competition or they just have low self-esteem. We feel relief when they fail and knowing we are better. I, myself think that when you feel this pleasure you don’t really notice it.
Staying upset is not going to help you, in fact it will hinder you. In my opinion, being able to recognize the mistakes you have made, not get upset but just learn from them and laugh, and then move on could be the single most important characteristic a person could have. Not only does that show great maturity but it makes you the kind of person that people want to be around. Reflecting joy and happiness to others is a quality that people seek and are drawn to. Have you ever had a friend who was always down and depressed?
I figured out that if you thought so negatively and didn’t care about the good things in life then your going to become the way you think, people are going to portray you as a negative and depressing person and that is not how I wanted to be. Like I was saying your mind and thoughts are very powerful. Stop thinking about the things that just might go wrong and think about the things that have and will go right. This will boost your self esteem and will bring ease and comfort for yourself. Every day won’t seem so monotonous and being positive will decrease your stress level by a lot.
This is what gives the victim hope of a better life. The victim believes their abuser because they love them and want to be happy with them. The abuser will make any kind of excuse to try and keep their victim believing in them. The abuse sometimes stops for a short period but normally starts up again. Many victims sometimes only look at the positive traits in their partner, such as being loving, caring, and reliable to justify the abusive behavior.
The first chapter talks about how to not complain, and criticize, how to become truly interested in other people, and how avoid an argument. The thought of criticism is very dangerous because it can hurt a person deep inside, hurt his or her pride and make them feel unimportant. You always have to great people with a lot of enthusiasm and excitement, make them believe that you are please to talk with them. The second chapter talks about how to smile, give great appreciation and show respect for other people’s opinions and actions. Everyone wants to be appreciated and the best way to make someone like you is to appreciate and encourage them in a good way.
Other emotions such as sadness, fear, and anger are just as important in life as happiness because too much happiness can cause a lack of encouragement and risky behavior. People often believe happiness is the most important emotion, but negative emotions are just as important because these negative emotions help motivate people, they are human, and they can affect the way one reacts in a negative situation. Negative emotions can be a source of motivation for one to try harder in their everyday life. If someone is happy and content with the way their life is going, they will not put forth the effort to grow and progress. In Sharon Begley’s article “Happiness: Enough Already,” Begley implies that it is
People could not change the past; therefore, they would do a good thing that brings to a better future, which makes them become better people than the ones in the past. The road to redemption is not from when the person makes up for his guilt, but it starts when he feel regretful, a difficult start, and ends with a relief of redemption. The author puts characters into different situations of sins and how they try to resolve problems, as examples for his ideas of road to redemption. For instance, Baba is always an honorable man in people's eyes. They admire him for his power, they are jealous with his wealth and they love ... ... middle of paper ... ...uilty feeling inside people.
We succumb to our freshly new adopted opinions and act in a manner that can satisfy temporarily our mindset, because after all, what we are looking for is peace, which can be conquered by releasing our mind and executing our thoughts. Having said that, the quality of the life we are having depends sort of on how much we cherish ourselves. Some of you may say that not all spoiled people are having a good life, which is true, the royal life is far away from being a good one even if the fortune is not what is missing. Yet, the majority seek fortune and wealth as a solution to the depressing emptiness that keeps us away from satisfaction. As Jon Gertner says:” when it comes to predicting exactly how you will feel in the future, you are more likely wrong.”* But, why is this idea very common?
Being happy and having meaning go much together, finding a balance is what is hard. Happiness doesn’t last forever and will fluctuate with moods and situations, but meaning doesn’t. Meaning connects all of the aspects of your life, past, present, and future, together. This connection allows one to look inward and focus on who they are, and while those who report more meaning are slightly less happy in the present they tend to be happier overall (Smith