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Happiness: An Intro
Transcript of Happiness: An Intro
What about everyone else? The Basics Uhh... What? Normal English please. "Happiness is when you think, what you say and what you do are in harmony." -Mahatma Gandhi "Happiness is not a reward-it is a consequence." -Wayne Dyer "Happiness is not a station you arrive at, but a manner of traveling." -Margaret Lee Runbeck There's more than one? Types of Happiness Material Happiness Materials make you happy
You always need something more
Satisfaction doesn't exist Sadistic Happiness Sadism: to derive pleasure by inflicting pain to others
Harassment Personal Happiness Unique to each person
Can be major things or little things
Can be actions, words, experiences Our actions can result in our happiness. Definition: [noun] the state of being sad or depressed Unhappiness Where can unhappiness be found?
Everywhere that happiness is found Wait. What? Yep. Its all about... PERSPECTIVE Let's play a game! Us vs. Them If its not so bad, why do we feel happy some days and bad others? Environment
Movies What Affects Our Happiness Give a false idea of what our lives should be like Their attitudes affect yours Sun/Clouds, Rain/Snow, Wind/Breeze For next week: Write a short essay about times when you were happy or unhappy. What happened to make you feel that way?
What type of happiness would you like to experience most? Conclusion