What is happiness?

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Happiness is a mental emotion state of well-being ranging from contentment to joy. Happiness means a lot of different things to many people. Philosophers and religious thinkers tried to define happiness in a term of good living and not as an emotion.

Now we know that happiness is more a mix of pleasure, challenging activities, relationships and accomplishments.

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How happy are you now? How happy are with your life as a whole?

It matters a great deal how much you enjoy what you have and not how much you have. Being grateful help you to be happier. Happiness comes when we stop complaining and about the problems we have and say thanks to God for the problems we don’t have.

Do you believe that happiness is a choice, that it comes from inside? And you can be as happy as you choose to be?

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What can you do if you don’t have a natural sunny disposition? You can change your diet to have more calcium, iron, folate, zinc, magnesium, omega 3-fatty acids, vitamins B6 and B12. You can more fruits, nuts and veggies because they are rich in minerals and vitamins.

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Some quotes about happiness I like:

Taking care of your health and body always improve you state of mind and it’s never a waste of time.

Sharing happiness is always a good way to make yours last longer. Be happy for no reason like a child.

Be as happy for no reason like a child.

Don’t put the key to your happiness in someone else’s hand.

If something makes you happy, do it, if it doesn’t then don’t.

The best feeling in the world is realizing that you are perfectly happy without the thing that you thought you needed.

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Positive thinking brings you more happiness than anything else.

Love is the key that opens the door to happiness.

Sometimes the things we are afraid of, are the things that makes are the happiest.

The one quote I like the most is: Happiness is when what you think, what you say and what you do is in harmony.

Have a happy day! 


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