Happiness


Posted on April 28th, by Dr. Puff in happiness. 2 comments

What is happiness? Asking someone to define happiness is like asking him/her to define success. Happiness can mean a lot of different things, and the definition may vary from one person to another. To one person, happiness may mean having lots of possessions. To another person, happiness may mean being very successful in his or her chosen career. To still another person, happiness may simply mean having a healthy and happy family. Ask yourself: What is happiness for you?

Here’s another important question: Can you control your happiness? Some people say that happiness is a choice. These people claim that you can choose to be happy, regardless of the circumstances in your life. That sounds good, but happiness is such an abstract and often fleeting state. How do we reach for it? Is it a difficult process? Can it be forced or can it be faked? We all want to grasp happiness, but how do we do that?

This podcast is created to help people just like you find the real meaning of happiness. True happiness is within your grasp, and it can be achieved by accepting what is and living in the present moment. This podcast will teach you how to let go of the past and the future as well as your fears, desires, hurts, and other things that get in your way of true happiness. This podcast will teach you how you can love your life and experience happiness everyday regardless of the circumstances. Sound too good to be true? Listen and give it a try—happiness is within your grasp!





2 thoughts on “Happiness

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