Happiness. That nine-letter word holds a lot of weight, doesn't it? For some, it holds expectation, both positive and negative. For some, it holds false realities, both painfully honest, and painfully deceitful. For some, it's a destination that can feel like it's waiting at the end of a rainbow. And for others, it's a process that can feel so miserable and all-consuming in the moment, but be achingly beautiful in retrospect.
While happiness seems to be what most people want and expect out of life, why are so many lacking it? Is happiness a tangible "thing" that's wandering the streets and expected to show up and ring your doorbell? Well, if you think so, I'd like to ask how that's working for you? Happiness isn't as eas...
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