So, happiness is important and something we all strive for.
(Misery - or boredom, as some would have the opposite of happiness to be - does not need to be sought after it seems: it's naturally everywhere! Alas.)
And I think Michael gives us all food for thought. (Thank you, Mr. Lee.)...
What is this so-called happiness art? Is it discovering true happiness or the keys to happiness? And what do these expressions mean:
and how do we make these expressions work in our lives?
Personally, I think that it's being able to ask lots of questions about happiness without necessarily being able to answer them! Ha ha.
Seriously, I do not believe that the art lies in the pursuit of happiness - there's one answer for you! I believe that happiness just is, that you simply allow yourself to be happy (the opposite is to refuse to accept the world as it is, and to always be wanting more!)
I think happiness is a state of being - BEING: that is the definition
What do you think about happiness?
Remember, the Self Help Collective does not promise to give all the answers. Maybe you know better than me about happiness and how to achieve it. If so, do let us know! (And even if you don't, do let us know!)
Okay, it's Michael Lee time...
NOTE: Michael Lee's website is http://www.20daypersuasion.com
Who could know more about true happiness than the Dalai Lama? Well, his book on the subject is certainly very popular that's for sure.
And that's why I've included it in this recommended resources section: