[ #minimalismindonesia ]
What happiness? Here we have what they call a multiple-choice question. Like other difficult questions, let's go through elimination. Happiness is not really about having a good job, but obviously it's not about getting available in the market. It's not in a new car, but it's not about relying on public transportation. He is not in a college diploma, but not in no chance to learn. It does not get better than others in some activities, but not because it is not proficient in everything. Not in the accumulation of capital, but not dependent on the state. In fact, happiness is not even happiness. Happiness is a moment. Be with the people you love. Conquer what you want. But pass. Not everything you have looks like what you want. Nothing is eternal. Do you see grace in eternity? Grace, that all things tend to disappear after some time. Our standard of living is changing. We then note that the happiness that everyone asks themselves is what they call "the meaning of life", which flows in a good way of life. A good way to live that may or may not be eternal. But in the long run is the state of mind that the glass is half full. This is the result of the counterpart of the responsibility of an interesting existential singularity. The question then is not what it is, but how is it. How to reach it. It's part of something. Got a confession. Get answers. All in all. To make everything part of you. To recognize what you have. To appreciate every achievement. This is action and reaction. It is a verb. Understand that we come to the world in the same way we will leave it: without being able to bring anything, but leave. At this time, just like a good way of life, we change doubts. Now the question is "what's left"? What is your contribution to the world? We have a beginning: guided by what you can do to make the world better than you find. We have a beginning ... the rest ... it's up to you.