Tell Me What You Did Today and I’ll Tell You Who You Are
Benjamin P. Hardy

Great happiness.But then happinesz is very relative and perception based.One person’s happiness can be another person’s sadness.So my take is instead of telling people,this is the way to be happy let the person decide what makes him feel good.At the end of the day he has to live his life and not someone else’s life.

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