The Key To Eternal Happiness

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People behave differently or even the same. Some say all fingers are not equal. Meaning we are different. But we have two hands which allows us to have two of every fingers we have from one hand. Meaning we could also be the same. We have short, tall, average heighted people. Fat, slim, sad, happy, nice, wicked, lovers, haters, teachers, lawyers, engineers, good, bad, lazy, harworking e.t.c. If you don’t put yourself first, then you are putting yourself in danger. To be happy is not a choice but a necessity.

In one of my posts, titled trust no man. I wrote

“Why do you trip when walking?
Why do you bite yourself when eating?
Why do you cut yourself when using the knife?
You don’t even trust or know yourself enough not to harm yourself
Put your trust in man and you are doomed forever”

Doing things, to satisfy others at the expense of your own happiness is not healthy because you don’t know who you are fully. Not to talk of another person.

According to Andre Gide, “it is better to be hated for what you are than to be loved for what you are not.”

You do things for people to love you, tomorrow they can hate you for that same thing. What will you do when that happens?
The key to eternal happiness is to create happiness from nothing. That way, nothing is something and everything becomes something. Then happiness is at your command.

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  1. The key to eternal happiness is to create happiness from nothing. That way, nothing is something and everything becomes something. Then happiness is at your command… Now, m always gonna say that, and i mean verbatim. So what’s your book gonna be about? Prose, Preternatural or Epistolary or something deeper?

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    1. And happiness being fleeting does not mean you can’t have eternal happiness. Eternal happiness is the ability to make yourself happy which I wrote on the last line. Happiness fleeting, has nothing to do with your eternal happiness

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