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Everyone out there is on a hunt for happiness Everyone out there considered happiness to be a massive mountain of material things such as having a new car a huge luxurious house and lots of money in the wallet However living a happy life is not about having so much but thinking wisely If you learn to control your mind you will learn to control your emotions and feelings Therefore you will learn to think positive and live happily I believe it is more important to feel happy from the inside rather than feeling happy because of what we are on the outside I also believe that nobody in this world can permanently achieve to be happy forever Life is like a box of surprises you never know what kind of things will make you feel happy or unhappy tomorrow However it is possible for everyone to live happily for a very long period of timeConsequently I would like to advise you to stop wishing to be happy you should stop saying that you will be happy when you buy a new car you should stop saying that you will be happy until you graduate and you should stop saying that you will be happy until you get a job because there is not point on living on whishing why should not you be happy right now Everyone has a certain amount of time on earth so you should not waste any precious moment of life on thinking that you will be happy because you can be happy now Also keep in mind that you are responsible for your own happiness If you do not like something change it it you cannot change it change your attitude Living life is easier when you think positive You will see how happy you can be when you only concentrate your energy on being happier rather than wasting your energy in negative thoughts Furthermore I will like
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