Essay on Happiness

River Dee, Chester, England Photo' by Wikityke.

River Dee, Chester, England Photo’ by Wikityke. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

  All  people struggle in their lives for the attainment of a single cause, namely happiness. Happiness is defined in Webster’s dictionary as the state of well-being  and satisfaction. Out of this definition, which seems to be too general and comprehensive, people tend to offer their own interpretations. Some people believe that happiness exists wherever there is money. Others disagree, maintaining the view that the supreme and ultimate source of happiness lies in the prosperity and glory of one’s country where the citizen  can live happily and freely. A third group of people holds the view that true happiness lies in the acquirement of knowledge, high diplomas and social positions. As for me, I believe that true happiness exists in the power of extracting it from common things. To support my point of view, the following example may be considered a good case in point. Continue Reading: Essay Writing Tips : Essay on Happiness


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