Most people seem to think that they can bring happiness to themselves if they accomplish what they have in front of them. It seems that we are wrong and doing things completely wrong in order to bring happiness. Let us go further int... ... middle of paper ... ...hings to help bring happiness to yourself. Happiness doesn’t come from being more and more successful throughout your life and hoping that all the success will one day bring happiness. It comes from focusing on the good and positive in your life and doing things of positive influence.
When other people see your happiness, it will rub off on them and they too will become happy. Happiness is a key factor to living a colorful and joyful life. Without it, life would be meaningless and boring. True happiness will come to you when you come to love the people and objects in your life. Therefore, you should take every action possible to achieve maximum happiness.
Some people get excited when they are doing what they love while others might find that activity boring and torturous. The things that makes you smile and feel good will be different for other people because they have different preferences on what makes them happy (Carter). Simply make happiness your number-one goal, choose mindfulness, smile your way to happiness, practice gratitude, compassion, and linger on those little, positive moments. “One theory in psychology research suggests that we all have a happiness set-point that largely determines our overall well-being. We oscillate around this set point, becoming happier when something positive happens or the opposite, afterwards returning to equilibrium” (Gregoire).
Logic implies that when people are happy, they work better and are more productive. Logic implies that having happy people is just another step closer to the utopian society that people wish to attain. The problem with this logic is that it requires setting happiness as a goal. When a thing is set as a goal, there are always those that cannot attain it or the level which they desire, meaning that the pursuit of happiness can become more dangerous than merely the idea of
Happiness is a way for people to discover their true identity. Working at something that does not make a person happy is pointless because they will have no enjoyment doing what they are doing, and no motive to continue. Since it is needed to do anything properly, happiness is extremely important. Happiness is a key part of most people's lives because without its presence, people will never be satisfied with their lives, realize who they are as an individual, or accomplish anything substantial. Without happiness, people might not be living their lives the way they yearn to.
The more people want to find happiness and bring it to their life, the more they lose the purpose of being happy itself. Happiness is not something to be found out there because it is all coming from inside, from people’s mind and cognition. I believe we do not live to find happiness, but instead, we create one in each moment of our life. How? Just being content and grateful for the smallest element of this life every day, it will make you happy just enough.
Being happy with yourself and who you have around you, is the determination you must studiously within yourself. Having a goal can lead you to happiness. Keeping a smiling on your face can attract happiness. Being active in the community can be your happiness. However, at the end of the day, no one will ever know how to find happiness unless you find it yourself.
Most of us think that we are happy when everyone else is proud of us, when we have achieved something for them or done something for the rest of the world. We strive to accomplish what others expect us to do, whether it is our parents, our friends, or even our teachers. The truth is something that has always been shunned: Man finds happiness by accomplishing the goals he sets for himself, realizing the dreams he holds. It turns out that the pursuit of happiness, something men have killed themselves in the frustration of grasping, is not so elusive after all. A dream motivates you.
Life is a gift, a very complicated gift. It is not easy or even consistently comprehensible. However, I believe life is wonderful with infinite possibilities that can lead to a successful life. Everyone does not have the same view of success. For me, to be truly successful, I desire to have a measure of success in all areas of my life, such as in my career and personal relationships; than to be focused only on money, status, or fame.
According to Dickinson, too many celebrated events can dull out the experience because consistent occurrences dismantles the meaning. The author is an example of a radical anti-celebration case but can be disproved because celebrating often can actually benefit people more than not celebrating at all. When one celebrates, it inspires motivation and willpower. It is also a reminder that the more focused they are, the more rewards they can reap which improves self-confidence. The amount of celebrations that are held do not directly take away from the sense of accomplishment that a person might hold, but nonetheless it keeps their motivation, determination, and self-confidence high as they help a person achieve more things in their future.