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  1. Oh, that's a wonderful question! Yes, absolutely.�

    In the last year and a half, in principle, I am not sad – I am in a consistently very good mood. The maximum that happened to me during this time-4 times a little bit sad just for a few hours, no more. I learned to pull myself out of such states. In all this, I was very much helped by the counselor – there the level of my happiness reaches simply incredible heights. I recently went to work on a shift and realized that I was so happy that if I was told that I would die in a month, I would not be very upset, because I have already experienced such amazing emotions.�

    To be honest, yes, I am incredibly happy. I can just laugh in the streets for no reason, I'm not rude to people, I'm very positive, I enjoy very little. In the camp, this allows you to be very energetic, despite the monstrous lack of sleep and full dedication to the cause. In addition to a positive view of the world, there is an unfading self-belief that does not allow you to lose heart when problems arise, and the very concept of “problem” has somehow been forgotten recently. For example, I've been teetering on the edge of dropping out of university for several semesters, but it doesn't scare me at all – I know that in any case, my life will be just as wonderful as it is now, and much better. Instead of starting to write my degree, I took the senior counselor exam yesterday (and of course I did!), and it doesn't bother me at all. Also, happiness allows you to be kind, believe in yourself, considerate, and not demand anything in return.�

    Generally speaking, we are used to seeing happiness as a response to the outside world. They say that everything is fine with me – then I am happy. I realized that this is not so – happiness is only a matter of choice, the result of our thoughts. And I choose to be happy, to live so much more pleasant. Actually, I don't see any global meaning in life at all, so what should I spend it on if not on happiness?�

    My attitude to life I recently formulated in my blog, it sounds like this:�

    I don't know if there is a God or not, but whatever it is, I love it very much.

  2. If only-terribly unhappy with glimpses of momentary satisfaction with a particular event. It sounds funny, but it's true. A happy person is… well, I don't know, I agree with those who believe that it is always unrealistic to be happy, so everyone has troubles, their presence is not a reason to talk about unhappiness. If globally, then truly happy is the one who has such a strong reason to live that he is ready to overcome any problems. Specifically, it is very difficult to be happy when there are no comfortable living conditions – this is money, friends and a favorite job. This should be accompanied by inner peace of mind, some kind of wisdom that will not force you to chase after false ideals like becoming very rich or super-popular, being influential. There is no happiness in this.

  3. A happy person is a person who has achieved the goal(s) that he / she set for himself / herself as a child or youth. For example I have achieved my goals: I became a car mechanic, I learned to play the electric guitar, I bought a beautiful car, I have friends who I can rely on in a difficult moment. I wake up and feel that this day will go great for me, and on the positive side I do something all day long 😉

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