hapiness..........can u descibe it?

January 28, 2007 3:30pm CST
you will never be happy if u continue to search what hapiness consist of....as if you will never live if your ar looking for the meaning of life....
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5 responses
• Romania
4 Feb 07
in my existence i realized that happiness is a very subjective factor.for the moment i am happy when I hang out with my friends and in my right hand is a bottle of "rajpa"
@colega17 (312)
• Romania
3 Feb 07
I don't think happiness can be described.Each of us feels the happiness in an unique way and what we feel can hardly be described.
@edigital (2709)
• United States
2 Feb 07
God did not created any human with full hapiness. I do not know whether in Guenes Books there is a record about a person who is happiest in this world. Though we seek to live within happiness. So to us happiness is a living condition of life where there is no paucity of money, food, transport, house, have nice spouse, good children, affectionate parent, brother/sister, no hard disease, no huge cry, no tension, no depression, no darkness, no fear. Within these all things cannot accumulate by a single person but if we can remain satisfied with those things which has in our possession then this is happiness.
@Eisenherz (2909)
• Portugal
1 Feb 07
Happiness is an emotional or affective state that is characterized by feelings of enjoyment and satisfaction. As a state and a subject, it has been pursued and commented on extensively throughout world history. This reflects the universal importance that humans place on happiness. States associated with happiness -being, delight, health, safety, contentment, and love. Contrasting states include suffering, depression, grief, anxiety, and pain. Happiness is often associated with the presence of favorable circumstances such as a supportive family life, a loving marriage, and economic stability. Unfavorable circumstances, such as abusive relationships, accidents, loss of employment, and conflicts, diminish the amount of happiness a person experiences. However, according to several ancient and modern thinkers, happiness is influenced by the attitude and perspective taken on such circumstances.
@bbsmoney (154)
• Romania
29 Jan 07
yau are happy when you don't need anything else ....... but are we ever 100% happy ? do we ever have enouth ? I GUESS THE ANSWER IS "NO"