Happiness is not elusive. It is attainable for all of us. It can be learned. The benefits of intentionally (or not) of striving to be happy are well documented. A lot has been written about happiness and it’s effects on our lives. Martin Seligman asserts that happiness is not just external, momentary pleasures.[2] Flow (engagement) and general life satisfaction are parts of happiness too, for example. pleasure, joy, exhilaration, bliss, contentedness, delight,enjoyment, satisfaction.

The dictionary define happiness, bliss, contentment, felicity as to imply an active or passive state of pleasure or pleasurable satisfaction. Happiness  results from the possession or attainmentof what one considers good: the happiness of visiting one’s family.Bliss  is unalloyed happiness or supreme delight: the bliss of perfectcompanionship. Contentment  is a peaceful kind of happiness inwhich one rests without desires, even though every wish may nothave been gratified: contentment in one’s surroundings. Felicity is a formal word for happiness of an especially fortunate or intensekind: to wish a young couple felicity in life. It is difficult to put in a blog all that is said about happiness, but one of the best sites I have stumbled upon is all that is written on psychology today.

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  1. Hallie says:

    It’s imerptaive that more people make this exact point.

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