It’s everywhere. In the house, school, office, building, streets name it! You’ll find it anytime, whenever you’re asleep, working or just by sitting with a cup of coffee in hand. Happiness is something which can never be bought with money. It’s something that we ourselves create.

There are times when some people may not be able to find it not because it cannot be found but because they’re trying to look for it in the wrong places. Satisfaction contributes a bid part of this feeling. Sometimes we mistake real happiness from getting what we want through other’s suffering. Happiness does not work that way. How can you be happy knowing that someone is crying at the corner of your happy life? People tend to step on others just to fulfill their so-called ‘happiness’. But even if they were able to get it, at the end of the day, this kind of happiness will never last. It may be there for an hour, a day or even a month but for sure this will not last long. Happiness is being contented with what you have. Appreciating every blessing even the trials that come your way. It’s being happy with small things which you can get from your day to day travel in this temporary world. It’s like sharing some time with a family member, a friend or even your pet.Happiness is a feeling which have different meanings, different understanding from different people.

You don’t have to go to places just to find it as it’s already within your reach. You just have to open your eyes to see it. So next time you’re sad, just think how lucky you are with what you have. Some people may not be as lucky as you are so don’t waste your time wearing that frown on your face. Cheer up! Life is great and it will always be. 🙂


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