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1 Renuka Sarabjeet Singh Associate Professor of Journalism PAU

2  not illusion, all have felt it  a condition we all aspire to  Contentment  not being pained in body or troubled in mind.  when what we think, say, and do are in harmony.

3  Happiness ?  Prosperity ?

4  how happy they were in their lives and in their work.  Any correlation between happiness and prosperity ?

5  who has braved the storm of life and lived or  who has stayed securely, merely existed Remember --- No one is immune to accident, illness, natural disaster or the sudden loss of livelihood.

6  something to do  someone to love  something to hope for

7  try to cheer someone else up  in doing, not merely possessing  in seeking for others, we find it for our self

8  ourselves  value our self  fight for our happiness

9  bad memory  acceptance  plan actions not results  state of activity

10 1. Give, do something nice for a friend/ stranger 2. Thank someone. 3. Smile 4. Volunteer your time 5. Join a community group

11 not something ready made It comes from our own actions.

12  Nothing can disturb your happiness.  Promise Yourself To be so strong that nothing can disturb your peace of mind.

13 Prabhu, Parmatma, All Pervading GOD

14  Money has never made man happy nor it will  there is nothing in its nature to produce happiness.  The more of it one has the more one wants.

15  Produce Happiness No one has a right to consume happiness without producing it.

16 ready to be what You are

17  No, can only be experienced at individual level.  Collective unhappiness is easy to chart, but happiness won’t aggregate: the greatest good of the greatest number does not necessarily amount to it.  not visible to direct scrutiny; the more you try to focus on it, the more vague it becomes.

18 just as happy as we make up our minds to be

19  chief sources of human unhappiness – large-scale social injustice, famine, plague and other diseases, the near- certainty of an early death – have largely been removed from our lives?

20  buying things doesn't make anyone happy.  losing our self-preoccupation is important, focus on something else.  People dedicated to something other than themselves- helping family and friends, or a political cause, or others less fortunate than they- are the most happiest people.

21 Trials keep us Strong, Sorrow keeps us Human, Failure keeps us humble Success keeps us glowing, Happiness keeps us Sweet, But only Faith & Attitude Keeps us going.

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