It is good to know that after a long break from this site, my question still reverberates with some here..
Happiness is relative..but with good health , family and loved ones..building memories that we could remember for a lifetime is all that matters..
I should know, I lost my husband 10 years ago and then my son last OCtober..all I look back are the happy memories we have had.
I'm the happiest when I'm away from the city. I'm happiest when I explore nature, fish on lake deep within a mountain range with no one around. Often I drive and drive for days in States like Colorado, Texas and Montana, Utah and Arizona, and Wyoming, exploring every inch. I have spend months on end exploring Canada exploring from East to West. That's were my heart is.
I should be happy my health, it is top notch, never been sick in my entire life including I never had the normal childhood sicknesses, but I don't consider that happy, but grateful.
I love cruises and sit watching the waves and looking for wales and dolphins for hours. Taking photos of Wildflower and bugs. Anything to do with nature brings out my personality and awe.
I take family for granted, sad I know, but they just argue among themselves or scream at the kids, I'm too easy going to want to involve myself. Even with my X, it was only the 1st 3 years we had arguments, after those first 3 years and can't think of one argument we had.
To explore nature and make something (to produce) remodel a room, make a fine cabinet, a chair, or a just a Birdhouse, build a computer from scratch, repair my washing machine makes me the happiest. I'm over hitting nightclubs 4 days a week, although I still love to dance. And hate TV, I listen to all types of music daily, from Pop to Buddha, from Orchestra to Rap. I love it, I relax.
You ask a very difficult question. Easier would be "what makes unhappy. Nothing but that awful tube, the TV.
when im sad, hurting inside, the thought of dieing brings me happiness. to think one day soon, i wont have to share this life with a bunch of back stabbing cut-throats americans! wish i wasnt a coward, i would do myself in now.
happy when my cats kiss my hand
happy when little kids tell they love me..
happy when I smile to my friends and they smile back
happy to talk to my family on the phone
happy to learn, grow, and laugh :)
- love when my doggy giving you kisses...
- love walking with her in the morning...
- love talking to my mom and my little cousin on the phone...
- love finding the best solution for some who in needs...
To professor1319 "you are such an ugly woman": What a horrible thing to say and no one knows who you are talking about! You must not be much either, if all you can ONLY show is a picture of a good looking car!
To be happy- Be yourself first and most important. If anyone wishes to accept you as you are, then that is being happy. If they try to change you, how can "You" be happy trying to be what you are not? One thing thing in life is fun times with good friends. So enjoy life one day at a time and to the fullest, life is too short not to.
Mihailo, thanks for picture. If you want to continue this topic or talk about other topic email me. Since I have only guest membership here, I can't contact you other way. Talk to you late.
P.S. I liked your picture.
Yes friends. I love having friends from all different aspects of culture and life it makes it much more fun when you socialise.
Doing random things when I'm bored.
Not taking things too seriously when you don't need to.
Understand that not all humans are giving,caring,friendly,selfless and happy to accept the fact that everyone is different.
I agree. Especially on the part about understanding that not all humans are giving, caring, friendly, selfless, or happy to accept the fact that everyone is different.
There is a saying, I have become to live by: When you are in need...a true friend is walking in...while everyone else is walking out. I will say this was tough for me to learn....however, I finally got it. Now, my life gets better every day! I feel much better being the friend walking in and helping someone, than having to deal with everyone walking out.