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Unformatted text preview: Love, success, family, and confidence are what make up true happiness. With these four sources and/or characteristics no one should be left standing in the cold feeling lonely, sad, upset, or any of the like. I believe that everything in life is what you make of it, and I try to make the most of every situation. When something goes wrong, looking for a second plan or another option instead of dwelling on the past will help to keep things positive. Love is the most important role in happiness. It is an indescribable feeling of comfort and bliss. Whether it is a romantic relationship, a friendship, or a relative, knowing that someone genuinely cares for you makes life more enjoyable. When times get tough, love finds a way to get you through them. Success is also an important key to finding true happiness. Each person may have his/her own definition of success. I believe that success means never giving up until you reach your goals. If something is hard, try harder. If you give up and except failure, you are pushing your own happiness something is hard, try harder....
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- Fall '08