HU300_Finley_Joey_Happiness_According_to_Others_Unit_7

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Running head: HAPPINESS ACCORDING TO OTHERS 1 Happiness According to Others Joey Finley Kaplan University Art and Humanities: 20th Century and Beyond HU300 Martha Maurno September 20, 2011
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HAPPINESS ACCORDING TO OTHERS 2 Happiness According to Others TRANSCRIPT My first thought of interviewing someone was immediately my wife, Rosey Finley. We have known each other at just over ten years and have been married over the last 5 years now. We currently have 2 children together, one boy and one girl. We do have one more child on her way which will be showing up very soon, within a week. The second choice was a bit hard to pick. I had a few acquaintances to choose from that I have kept in contact sparingly. Not having been comfortable with trying to interview a stranger out of the blue, I decided on an ex co-worker of mine Mike Fleming. We had worked together while I drove for Portable on Demand Storage and was a likely guy. Married with no kids the last time we spoke maybe over a year ago. Interview with Rosey Finley Question 1: What is your definition of Happiness? Response: Being in Love with someone who loves you back. Hearing my children laugh, seeing them smile, and kissing my husband. Question 2: How is it that you came to know what Happiness is? Response: When I met you, until then I do not think I would have said I was really happy. Question 3: Is Happiness a good or bad thing? Response: Usually it is good. It is not really bad, but to be unhappy does suck. To know what it is like to be happy and then for whatever reason become unhappy makes you realize how much you wish you were happy again. It hurts to have been happy, and lost it.
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HAPPINESS ACCORDING TO OTHERS 3 Question 4: Can you spot Happiness in a person that you have never met? How? Response: Usually yes. A smile is the easiest way to know. A big laugh is a sign too, even if the happiness is short lived. The only other way I can imagine somebody who is happy would have a brisk upright walk, not shrugging or dragging on at all. Question 5: Are you “Happy”? Response: Yes. It could be worse and it could be better, but over all I am happy. My husband, my kids and I are healthy. We have a roof over our head and food in our belly, television shows I like to watch are on. Question 6: What advice can you give to anybody wanting to be happy?
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