Happiness is a feeling that is always debated about. How does it come and how does it go? How can we be happy? Here is the fact that happiness does not have any formula. If it had, everyone would be really cheerful. Does small things bring happiness? Does happiness have any size or is it money we talk about that brings happiness? Happiness comes from the accumulation of small things that complement each other.
In my opinion, happiness is mostly about who we are and how we behave ourselves. Happiness starts when you start to see the good things in universe.The more you focus on the good stuff the more good stuff you find. Even when it seems like everything is going wrong, there is always something that is going right. At the end of the day, think a little bit about how the day was. Noticing that someone smiled at you today or someone asked you how you feel is what brings peace and satisfaction. For instance, dancing in the rain is so valuable that nothing can make you feel in that way. Having freedom, having food to eat, having people to chat, having life to live, having knowledge to improve, having awareness about your life, having dog to walk in a park, having flowers to smell, having goals and dreams, being fascinated by the sunrise and sunset, doing what you love… All of the people have more than what they think they have. Life contains much more things that human being has not ever thought about. From your every failure, you have a chance to learn something new.You have people in your life who care about you, love you and support you.Even though when you do not talk to them about what you are going through, it is a fellow feeling that if you wanted to open up about it, they would be there for you. Happiness comes from the accumulation of small things that complement each other.
“The happiness of life is made up of two charities of a kiss or smile, a kind look, a heartfelt compliment.” Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Happiness is inside of you. You do not have to have too much money or people in your life to be happy. Happiness comes from the accumulation of small things that complement each other.