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09 October 2015

Pursuit of hapiness

Do you believe the pursuit of happiness equals trying to capture a butterfly in a wide, open field? It needn’t be so, experts say. Audrey Hepburn famously said that the most important thing is to enjoy life – to be happy. Yet, so many of us find it hard to be completely satisfied with life– there’s always something missing, a step toward happiness we just can’t reach, or too many situations (and people) that lead to frustration, anger and dissatisfaction. The reality is that if you keep searching for happiness, you might never find it. On the other hand, if you can find a purpose in life, and focus on that, you may get the contentment, happiness and boost in self-esteem you’re looking for.

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