"Part of positive psychology is about being positive, but sometimes laughter and clowns are not appropriate. Some people don't want to be happy, and that's okay. They want meaningful lives, and those are not always the same as happy lives." — Eric Weiner (The Geography of Bliss: One Grump's Search for the Happiest Places in the World)
Draw a positive conclusion from life, understand its meaning and find the happiness which exists in some form every where in each one of us.
Strongly Selfish Motives In Every Action Make Life Meaningless. The trouble with life isn't that there is no answer, it's that there are so many answers. Happiness depends upon being self-sufficient and master of one's mental attitude; suffering is consequence of false judgments of value, which cause negative emotions and a vicious character. There is a huge difference between a pleasant life and a meaningful life. A pleasant life is what most of us would call “the good life”: it is all about the enjoyment of the senses and pursuing pleasure for its own sake. And a meaningful life is one which you create thoughtfully, moment by moment and day by day.
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