In order to be happy in your own company, you need to build a relationship with yourself as your best friend, because that’s what you truly are. You don’t need company for the heck of company because you can be truly happy alone, and that would give you tremendous confidence that when enter into a relationship, you are not being dependent, but interdependent. Continue reading 30 ways to be really happy alone
Students in school don’t enjoy school. Professionals in offices don’t enjoy their jobs. People don’t do stuff because it makes them happy. People do stuff because everyone does it and everyone does it because it creates a facade of success that makes everyone mutually comfortable, and miserable. People look at their screens, and then wonder if they could have been someone else. That someone else who feels like a distant dream. So, they create a life to impress people who are living to impress them. It is a mutually miserable existence. After all, misery loves company. Continue reading Prioritizing happiness for a happier society
Loneliness sucks. You never want to be lonely.
Solitude is positive. You want it, every day. Continue reading Solitude Vs loneliness – What do I feel?
Let’s start with the whore. Is she happy doing what she does? Well, if money is the core reason for her selling the body, it’s unlikely that she would find happiness in her work. However, if she does enjoy the promiscuous lifestyle she leads and enjoys making her clients feel happy with her services, she would find joy in being a prostitute. Continue reading Sex workers, prostitutes, money and happiness- an essay