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happiness can be achieved by anyone through improvement of character, meditation, and increasing generosity and kindness
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(Name) (Professor) (Subject) (Date) Happiness through Improvement of Character, Meditation and Increasing Generosity and Kindness There must be at least one reason why he is happy, but no matter what that reason is, what is important is that one knows happiness itself.
True happiness is beyond meaning and description. In his article “Happy Like God,” Critchley emphasizes the idea of happiness as something that even the French philosopher Rousseau could hardly define. This is because the beauty of the moment of happiness is something that is only likened to “a state where the soul can find a resting-place secure enough to establish itself and concentrate its entire being there” (Critchley 449). This is actually a time where “the present runs on indefinitely” and where the past and the future do not matter yet it is something that no one can define as just the present (449). It is therefore true that “happiness is not quantitative or measurable and it is not the object of any science, old or new” (450). This means that, for Critchley, happiness is something that can never be gauged for not only does happiness depend on the person who is feeling it but also it depends on the value of the present moment and how each person defines that moment for him. The experience and the feeling one has naturally cannot be quantified and cannot even be expressed in words. ...
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