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The differrential of Happyniess

Most of us probably don’t believe we need a formal definition of happiness; we know it when we feel it, and we often use the term to describe a range of positive emotions, including joy, pride, contentment, and gratitude. Happiness. Ah, that ever-elusive state of mind that's characterized by contentment, joy, satisfaction and pleasure. The United States holds the ideal in such high regard that “the pursuit of happiness” is seen as an inalienable human right, right alongside life and liberty in the Declaration of Independence.No matter one's creed, origin or social standing, we are all taught that striving to be happy is a hugely important aspect of life.All of this being true, how does one actually obtain happiness? There seems to be no foolproof formula and the code of how to be happy and stay happy hasn’t yet been deciphered.We all know that one person, the one who's always joyous despite whatever curve balls life might throw, and we also all know that other person who is miserable, despite having all he or she could want in life (at face value).This may be because happiness is largely — if not completely — subjective. We decide what make us personally happy. What makes you happy will not necessarily make someone else happy; what makes the majority of a populous happy will undoubtedly produce an unhappy minority.There are, of course, the things that society tells us we should have to be happy: a good job, a faithful partner, family, religion, money, success… and the list goes on. Will having just one of these things make you happy? If you obtain them all, are you guaranteed happiness for the rest of your life or for as long as you can keep them?The crux of the matter is, you are the master of your own happiness. You have control over whether or not you are content and joyous, or discontent and dissatisfied. Here are a few ways you may be able to increase your own happiness

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