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  1. For each person there is an absolute happiness. All over the world – peace.

    For example, for me, absolute happiness is my family, children, the health of my family, the longevity of my family, harmonious relations in the family and prosperity in the family.

  2. Absolute happiness is when everyone is healthy, parents are alive, children obey and grow up smart. This is a state of mind, staying in which a person does not pay attention to untidy trifles, does not take it to heart, it is difficult for him to spoil the mood. A person is comfortable, loved and waited for at home. He has a good job, a decent salary. A friendly family.
    Happiness consists of non-material wealth, but sometimes depends on money. It's hard to be happy when you're broke, with nothing to eat and nowhere to live. Safety, satiety, and social security are the foundation of Maslow's pyramid of human needs and values.
    Stay in your personal comfort zone! Good luck!)

  3. In a world where everything is relative, the question of the absoluteness of something becomes theoretical, philosophical and subjective for each person. The absolute happiness for me, perhaps, is to be in love and harmony with my close relatives and with God the Savior Jesus Christ.

  4. Happiness = control. The more control you have over the situation (when everything is your own way) the happier you are.

    The most happy person is the one around whom everything happens as he wants – a kind of master of the universe, who owns everything from his own health to the forces of nature and the minds of other people. One hundred percent control over the situation is the limit of any person's dreams.

    The most unlucky person is a dead person. Because he doesn't have any control over anything at all.

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