How to be happy? Is this the goal of your life? The secret to happiness is to do more things in a day that makes you happy, than things that make you sad.
"The happiest people surround themselves with family and friends, don't care about keeping up with the Joneses next door, lose themselves in daily activities and, most important, forgive easily."
- Marilyn Elias, USA TODAY
Happiness it easier when there is hope, patience, and an active imagination about the future.Read
Happiness is a balance between play and work, but the pursuit of happiness is my goal in life.Read
One sure way to feel happy, is to finish what you start, to do a job well done.Read
Loneliness is probably the number one cause of unhappiness, and the solution is marriage.Read
Keep It Simple Stupid, all I need to do today is shave, because a grateful person is happy.Read
I have no desire to be famous, yet I would like the money that often goes with fame.Read
People like Anthony Robbins, Barack Obama, even Superman makes me jealous, I want to what they have and I want them to stop doing what they do.Read
While direct measurement of happiness presents challenges, tools such as The Oxford Happiness Questionnaire have been developed by researchers. Positive psychology researchers use theoretical models that include describing happiness as consisting of positive emotions and positive activities, or that describe three kinds of happiness: pleasure, engagement, and meaning.
Research has identified a number of attributes that correlate with happiness: relationships and social interaction, extraversion, marital status, employment, health, democratic freedom, optimism, endorphins released through physical exercise and eating chocolate, religious involvement, income and proximity to other happy people.
Philosophers and religious thinkers often define happiness in terms of living a good life, or flourishing, rather than simply as an emotion. Happiness in this older sense was used to translate the Greek Eudaimonia, and is still used in virtue ethics.
appiness economics suggests that measures of public happiness should be used to supplement more traditional economic measures when