The Effects and Causes of a Happy Life

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The Effects and Causes of a Happy Life
How many people are truly happy with their life? When you think of a happy life, you imagine that happiness has an unalterable effect. You may vision yourself with the perfect job, the faultless children, the gratifying husband or wife, the unblemished level of income, big house, and expensive car. You believe that all of these things will make you happy. However, this particular view is oblique. Material things cannot make us happy. These are three causes that can effect on your happy life: good health, love and having enough money for a wholesome living. First off, the most fundamental part of having a happy life is your health. Being healthy allows you to work and make money, and have all of the things you want. On the other hand, when you are not so healthy, you cannot accomplish or achieve your common goals. Also, when your health permits you from doing things that you want to do, you lose your potential and become a liability to your family members. It becomes a suffering in your whole life. Our health is everything. Whether you are a teenager, a child, or an adult having good health enables you to perform the daily functions of your life. For example, for adults a normal life allows them to be able to go to work, and to build character. For children, good health means being able to hang out with friends, and have fun. Good health allows you to enjoy a happy life. The second factor in having a happy life is love. When family members have love for each other, their life can be easier and happier. For example, when family has a love to each other, they can go places together and have open communication. They can share feelings, emotions, and reconcile differences. Don't be consumed by jealousy. This can do serious damage to a relationship. The poet Maya Angelou once said that “jealousy is like salt. In small amounts, it can add spice to a relationship but too much is unhealthy”. Don't take your relationships for...
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