Still valid it seems!
I think I can innocuously assume that we all believe in living a happy life, we believe that happiness comes from success, achievements, rewards, recognitions and from relative match of dreams, expectations with real life.
On the other side of the linear perspective, sometimes happiness doesn’t come from money or fame or power. Sometimes happiness comes from good friends and family. And from the quiet nobility of living a good life. Regardless, The Pursuit of happiness is a part of our everyday lives and we acknowledge that.
But could a Failure be the reason behind happiness?
We generally relate failure with hope, experience, learning, luck, patience etc but not happiness. Could failure or failing also be a hobby? I tweeted this in the afternoon today, quite a number of RT’s & Favorites this tweet received.
Someone said this: Failures make better stories. (The ones which are highlighted on TED and…
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