October 1, 2016 by What Is A Name After All?
Happiness is hard to understand: sometimes something bad happens but you still feel happy and sometimes you’re unhappy with no logical reason as good things are happening. Everyone has their own personal factors that make them personally happy and unhappy. There are some universal aspects, however. Some things – like poverty, low self-esteem or loneliness (not feeling alone) can be objectively linked to unhappiness.
So is there list of ingredients, which applied to everyone in the world would mean happiness to everyone?
I will ask for your collaboration in this one. Below there is a list of possible ingredients. I ask you to think about what would be a universal factor of happiness and either organize them from most important to less important or give a top 5 of most important.
- A Good Sense of Humor
- A Beautiful Big House
- A Healthy Diet
- Children and Grandchildren
- Good Government
- An Interesting Job
- A Spirit of Comunity
- Plenty of Sunshine
- Good Relationships
- Great Sex
- Values, Principles and Morals
- Lots of Money
- Experience of Life in Other Countries
- A Good Education
- Lots of Friends
- Low Taxes
This is a subject I’ve been debating based on a survey and a study about happiness. I will talk about that in a few days, reveal my own list and explanation. Right now, I’m just asking which ones you think are more relevant and if you have time some sort of justification for your own list.
Thank you and I’ll continue this topic very soon.