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The Pursuit of Happiness

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by: Ray Cziczo
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Publication Date: January 30, 2019
Book Size: 6" x 9"
Pages: 97
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781642541472

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Book Synopsis
Everyone, or at least most people want to be happy. It is in our DNA. Happiness decreases stress and brings about contentment. But how do we define happiness? How do we know when we are happy? How long will out happiness last? How do we find happiness? Should we be responsible for the happiness of other people? Should other people be responsible for our happiness?

It is the inability of any human being, let alone any form of government to provide and guarantee and fulfill the expectation of equal outcomes and perpetual happiness that has created unparalleled and unprecedented levels of hate, discontent, envy, anger, frustration, violence, and rage.

We hold the keys to happiness. No one can make us unhappy if we choose to be happy and no one can make us happy if we choose to be unhappy. We are the determinant of our expectations and the final arbiter of whether those expectations have been met.

People who have the highest levels of happiness are able to deal with setbacks and embrace people, events, milestones that bring them peace, comfort, hope, and reassurance. Material things bring us temporary relief from chaos and discontent but it is our faith, our moral certitude, and our ability to form long and lasting bonds with family, relatives, and friends that will provide us with the greatest degree of happiness.
We can choose to live in a self-impose isolation of misery, anger, and frustration, or embrace every opportunity to seize the moment and not only find our inner happiness but to be a conduit for the happiness of others.
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