We can ALL learn from these 4 happiness lessons

We can ALL learn from these 4 happiness lessons

via Forbes by Nina Angelovska

I rarely think, speak or write about happiness in life. And I genuinely agree with the famous French philosopher Alber Camus saying—”You will never be happy if you continue to search for what happiness consists of. You will never live if you are looking for the meaning of life.” 

I also very much respect the following four approaches when it comes to what contributes towards happiness. Hopefully, they will prove as useful to you or at least serve as “food for thought.” 

1. Happiness comes from solving problems

“Happiness is a problem! To be happy we need something to solve” says Mark Manson in his book The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck: A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life (2016).

He explains that problems will never stop; they merely get exchanged and/or upgraded.

“The keyword is ‘solving.’ If you are avoiding your problems or don’t have any problems you’re going to make yourself miserable The secret sauce is in the solving of the problems, not in not having problems in the first place. Happiness is a constant work-in-progress because solving problems is a constant work-in-progress–the solution of today’s problems will lay the foundation of tomorrow’s problems and so on.”

Wherever we go there will be problems waiting for us. So the point is not to get away from problems or avoid them but to find the problems we “love.” True happiness occurs when we find problems we enjoy having and enjoy solving…

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