Trail to Happyness
People are given the right to pursue happiness but not the right to happiness. That being said, folks in our society need to follow what pleases them. People in different areas of the world have various ideas of what makes them happy. It is true that money does not buy happiness. Normally humans are happy with just a few of the basic living attributes. To live a prosperous life of pleasure one must surround themselves with what promotes their happiness and well-being. There is a large variation of the definition of happiness, but normally consists of: close family relationships, trustworthy friends, and a sense of comfort.
Close family relationships are very supportive and helpful to the pursuit of happiness. My favorite advice for pursuing bliss is when Benjamin Franklin said “The U.S. Constitution doesn't guarantee happiness, only the pursuit of it. You have to catch up with it yourself.” (Happy). People with cheerful childhoods are more likely to continue being joyful as an adult. Your family creates your foundation for excitement. Family members help you with the pursuit of it, but most importantly they should support you through the good times and the bad times. Relatives are there for you when need them and can act as your mentor. As humans we have the instinct to help those in need. Older, more experienced family members tend to lead the youth to the correct path of prosper and gayness. When we first enter the world of socializing we are confused with what is wrong and what is permissible. People tend to do what pleases them and sometimes ignore the consequences. This is where your elders come in place to teach you what is acceptable and what is not during your quest for joy. A method in which relatives help guide you on your trail in the search happiness is social interaction. This can be performed in various environments and occasions, the most common being family dinners at home. Other events are family reunions, birthdays,...
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