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Happiness: What It Means

The author wants to have a great way of living life to its fullest and be a good person in general.

These are my parents.

These are my parents.

Happiness is not a piece of vanilla cake

It is a whole multi-flavoured cake with bitter caffeine

Keeping your mind exhausted

with thoughts of money, popularity and jealousy,

think about the sweet grandpa at the flower shop

he left his home to live at an old age home,

and is out of money to buy shoes,

but he goes on living like that,

making money by selling orchids

which he nurtures just like his own child,

Happiness is peaceful

Happiness is sweet

Happiness is sugar-coated ease

with a pinch of bitter caffeine.


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