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Rich Pugh Unit 7 project - Happiness 1 Happiness HU300-28...

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Happiness 1 Happiness HU300-28: Art and Humanities: Twentieth Century and Beyond Daniel Smith
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Happiness 2 Life is not really about the money, the cash, who has the biggest gold chain or who drives the shiniest or fastest car, who sells the most products or who has the most respect. Today happiness is viewed in many different ways. Everyone defines happiness according to their personal perspectives. Each individual describes their inner feelings in a way that you can't compare with another. Happiness originally and logically means the inner state of well being or a pleasurable or satisfying experience. It enables you to profit from your highest: thoughts, wisdom, intelligence, common sense, emotions, health, and spiritual values in your life. What makes you happy and what makes me happy are different things. This difference is what makes the world interesting. The first person I interviewed was Jeanie Spangler. She is a 57 year old single mother. I asked her the definition of happiness according to her.
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