Cost of Happiness (Part 1)

Challenges of days in weeks, weeks in months makes lot to wonder: What the price of Happiness? Others wonder what really makes one happy.
Did you just asked yourself what is happiness? Well happiness is an agreeable felling or condition of the soul arising from good fortune or propitious happening of any kind.

“Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony.” ― Mahatma Gandhi

What the leads to happiness? Happiness is achieved at different levels for different peoples. Man momentarily postpones his time to achieve this feat. Happiness is continually attached to achieving a particular level of success, students continue to study hard till they graduate looking forward to achieve. Happiness comes after graduation. But is this happiness realistic? No because more challenges lie ahead. After graduation comes the question of what next? Another challenge assumes the destination of true Happiness... postponing when to be truly happy to when we buy that car, build that house, have those shoes, won that contract/election, marry that man/woman, visit that city/country...

“Happiness is not something ready made. It comes from your own actions.” ― Dalai Lama XIV

Many more are the excuses for working tirelessly to achieve true Happiness. 
However, Man has not been programmed to live forever, age catch up with so many. With wrinkled faces will they realize how they have so much chase Happiness they never had time to be happy. 

The rich wants to get richer, the old wants to live longer.. What's the justification for such seemingly endless desire for more? The human race has been plagued with the "Never Had Enough" syndrome for centuries, it makes the life of a man born today move in the cycle of struggles and bustles, and all still gravitate to have that perfect life no one has ever seem to lay hold of.... 

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