I want to be happy

We all want to be happy.

Unfortunately, in today’s world, genuine happiness is a rare commodity.

People who have bought into the illusion of happiness use things like money, relationships, friends, their body, etc., as vehicles to achieve certain ‘positive’ emotional states.

The more you ‘go after’ happiness, the more fleeting it becomes.

Materialistic things won’t buy you happiness. If you are constantly chasing the idea of happiness, you will live a life of pain and disappointment.

Instead of focusing on the external rewards of life, focus on your internal state.

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