What Is Happiness?

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What Is Happiness?
Happiness is a word that is used a lot of different ways. Many people have a different view on what happiness means. It’s sad to say that money is usually everyone’s now days. They believe money can buy them happiness, but it really can’t. Money is just a piece of paper with a number on it. There are a lot of things that have a price. For instance, getting from place to place costs money. The only way not to pay is walking. Happiness has a different meaning for everyone. Money can’t buy happiness.

To me family, friends, and love are the most valuable things in this world. The people that realize how important they are they will cherish them. Family always comes first because they are forever. I believe family is the backbone of happiness because that is my everything. No matter how much we fight we will love each other at the end of the day and that is what it comes down to. I know I don’t really have a full functioning family because of divorced parents, but people who have a good family should take advantage of it because not everyone is as lucky. Friends play a big role in most peoples lives. Sometimes they turn on us but it happens and throughout time you will find out who will actually be there for us. Some of those friends become like family to me because I am so close to them and we are like brother or sister. Friendships are so powerful because they create an unbreakable bond and connection. Love ties in a lot with family and friends. Love is a very strong word. It can simply be loving another person to the point where we will do anything for them, or loving a certain hobby we do. I believe love is a strong passion for another person because it is an attachment like no other. When loving another person love can hurt because that person can hurt us then we will more than likely be heartbroken. Expanding our horizons can bring happiness. To me it...
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