Happiness: The Ultimate Birthright
Happiness: The ultimate birthright
The secret to happiness is in the simple and complex. More than 2,000 years of philosophy, psychology, hypotheses, and discussion have gone into the study of happiness. Since Aristotle penned his works in 340 B.C., this secret to happiness has hardly ever changed. Through the ages, intellectuals, public speakers, and authors have shared the key to pleasure. All people experience the same things, regardless of where they live or what they do for a career. Invest time in honing your abilities and skills by pursuing what you enjoy and improving it for a cause greater than yourself. Happiness will result from this.
This declaration represents a significant commitment on our part. Being happy requires that you define your lifestyles on your terms and then put all of your heart into living it to the fullest. To be truly happy, one must increase themselves to the point that they can no longer be unselfish for the rest of their lives.
First and foremost, you must be happy
As Cyrano de Bergerac is questioned in Edmond Rostand’s Cyrano de Bergerac, his intense individualistic nature is criticized. It wasn’t until early in his life that he determined he would satisfy himself in all things that he became the person he is today.
Your ability to at least enjoy yourself in everything is a factor in your happiness as well. Nonetheless, most people are unwilling to use their own happiness as the yardstick by which to evaluate the events in their lives. In most situations, this is a result of the fact that we let other people define or influence what makes us happy. Furthermore, we frequently believe that making other people happy is more important than making ourselves happy. All of this is absurd.
Humans are organisms that are driven by happiness. Everything we do in our daily lives is focused on maintaining and enhancing our level of happiness. We cannot be anything other than who we are psychologically since doing so would result in mental and emotional illness. The truth is that you can’t give away to anyone else anything that you can’t kee