The success of happiness, for real? Serious?

Happiness is a concept. Our foster father wrote that we have the right of life, liberty and search happiness NOT life, freedom and happiness . We chase down happiness. We're looking for it. We want it, longing for it, obsession over it, but happiness goes beyond study, or when it comes, her stay is short. Perhaps it would be better to define happiness with another word.

Am I saying happiness does not exist? No, not exactly. Happiness is a word that describes a fun situation, but it's only words. I believe that when we use happiness we rarely describe the current situation, but instead happiness is something in the future, something that comes anyway, we hope. My experience of happiness is that it is the result of immersing me so perfectly in a positive moment that everything else is temporarily driven from the mind.

Happiness is when you think what you say and what you are in harmony. ~ Mahatma Gandhi

Again, there are words of joy, and sometimes, when you are immersed in a moment and forget all, better words could be chosen.

If your child dies almost and is inseparably saved, fond of the jaw of death in the last minute, mom is happy, but this feeling is also a relief. Sudden lifting fear is marked as happiness. I remember the first catcher: "Why is a little cousin holding his head with a hammer? Because it was so good when he left."

Relief of pain could be described as happiness, but it looks like something else for me.

[I know little moron is a bad thing to say, but in the 1950s when I was in grade school, and the Three Stooges were the height of humor, moron seemed like an OK word, and, in truth, I did not know what the word mean.]

If you make a marriage and love your love, says "YES", it's also a relief that you did not come back, but that is also something other than happiness. When the woman says YES, the man can imagine that many of his longevity meet regular sex, eliminating disputes, assistant in obtaining and setting up homes, children, and on and off. The moment the proposal is accepted all these happy joys are not yours, but your mind is thinking you're on your way to getting all this marital happiness.

I am getting married and of course, in all mankind, in search of happiness. ~ Lord Byron

For many years, in my mind, I thought that happiness could be gained and it would last forever. The stories from my childhood promised that in the end you could definitely live "happily after."

Perhaps a flying moment of happiness, but they are the only reason that you pull yourself so completely for a moment as you choose to block the natural progress of your thoughts. But that one truly exists in simple happiness – to be just happy – forever? What I believe is impossible.

To me the buyer's benefit is that you bought something and when you know it, you realize that it does not make you as happy as you thought it was going, instead of being happy buy the new car, the house or the clothing or shoe, you realize that you have saddled yourself with a payment that is adding pressure to your life or that the dresses make your butt look big, or the shoe pinch. Currently, Buyer Rebuilding is inserted, you may be happier when you just wanted the car or when you were saving the house or shopping for a perfect dress.

My friend and former spiritual counselor, Jim Taylor's father, reminded me of counting my blessings. He would encourage me to go to the cancer department and serve patients there and then I would realize how blessed my life is and then I would be happy with what I have.

I found that I'm doing more content after comparing my blessed self to the less successful, but it's not happiness . No matter what I have, I want more. If I get a job, I want a bonus, raise or another job that pays more. If I have a good apartment, I start thinking about a condominium, or maybe one family home. When I get home, I want a new roof or hot tub, and as soon as I go I'm looking forward to happiness this happiness is always right outside.

Why can not I just be happy? Nothing is enough. In my life is not as satisfactory. Every success is followed by a new goal.

Nothing but happiness like less happiness. ~ Andre Gide

In my life, happiness is not a sentence; that's the best thing about the punctuation mark. In my life, joy is not even the whole punctuation mark, but only one part of the punctuation mark. Happiness is a semicolon in my life; stay there, but not often. I am working to turn happiness on my life's comings. [That's pursuing happiness, is not it?]

It is not in search of happiness we find satisfaction, it is happening pursuit. ~ Denis Waitley

What would the world be like people were really brimming with happiness? What if happiness was always pouring over everywhere? What if everyone was bursting with happy happiness? Do we really want to live in a world where people were bursting right and left? I think of true happiness as being a delirious feeling of happy joy, but can the community really work if most people are zany and giggling all the time?

Buddha warns that desire and desire lead to suffering. Is the pursuit of happiness one of the longings that end up in suffering or disappointment? Could you want to be happy really to be the cause of unhappiness?

But we want to live in a world where everyone is all gentle, do not want anything, just be and nothing. As an old joke goes: "I was born with nothing and I still have most of it."

True pleasure does not depend on what we have; The bathtub was big enough for Diogenes, but the world was too small for Alexander. ~ Charles Caleb Colton

At this time of my life, I think happiness is looking for happiness. I am more happy when I am working on something that I think will lead me to relief or pleasure.

Happiness is not ready. It comes from its own actions. ~ Dalai Lama

I'm sure you've heard about buyers repentance. To me the buyer repented that you bought something and when you have it, you realized that it does not make you as happy as you thought it would go and then instead To be happy, you bought the new car, your house or dress or shoes, you suddenly see that you have saddled yourself with a payment that is adding pressure to life or that the dress makes your butt look big or it's a shit pinch. Currently, Buyer Rebuilding is inserted, you may be happier when you just wanted the car or when you were saving the house or shopping for a perfect dress.

My friend and former spiritual counselor, Jim Taylor's father, reminded me of counting my blessings. He would encourage me to go to the cancer department and serve patients there and then I would realize how blessed my life is and then I would be happy with what I have.

I found that I'm doing more content after comparing my blessed self to the less successful, but it's not happiness . No matter what I have, I want more. If I get a job, I want a bonus, raise or another job that pays more. If I have a good apartment, I start thinking about a condominium, or maybe one family home. When I get home, I want a new roof or hot tub, and as soon as I go I'm looking forward to happiness this happiness is always right outside.

Why can not I just be happy? Nothing is enough. In my life is not as satisfactory. Every success is followed by a new goal.

Nothing but happiness like less happiness. ~ Andre Gide

In my life, happiness is not a sentence; that's the best thing about the punctuation mark. In my life, joy is not even the whole punctuation mark, but only one part of the punctuation mark. Happiness is a semicolon in my life; stay there, but not often. I am working to turn happiness on my life's comings. [That's pursuing happiness, is not it?]

It is not in search of happiness we find satisfaction, it is happening pursuit. ~ Denis Waitley

What would the world be like people were really brimming with happiness? What if happiness was always pouring over everywhere? What if everyone was bursting with happy happiness? Do we really want to live in a world where people were bursting right and left? I think of true happiness as being a delirious feeling of happy joy, but can the community really work if most people are zany and giggling all the time?

Buddha warns that desire and desire lead to suffering. Is the pursuit of happiness one of the longings that end up in suffering or disappointment? Could you want to be happy really to be the cause of unhappiness?

But we want to live in a world where everyone is all gentle, do not want anything, just be and nothing. As an old joke goes: "I was born with nothing and I still have most of it."

True pleasure does not depend on what we have; The bathtub was big enough for Diogenes, but the world was too small for Alexander. ~ Charles Caleb Colton

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