While dictionaries provide an accurate description of happiness as a state of well-being, I believe there are varying degrees of happiness that can be expressed.
When I think about happiness, past accomplishments always come to mind. For example, the day I graduated high school was extremely fulfilling. Graduation is a big deal for many people, including myself. It felt great knowing that all my hard work had finally paid off– something I hadn’t experienced before.
Happiness was simply an understatement.
Achieving goals is not the only way to be happy. Happiness could also be found in the simplest of things. The warmth of the sun on a cold day, the first sip of coffee in the morning, or even just a hug from a loved one can fill me with happiness. Happiness does not need to be grandiose; it can be something as small as a smile from a stranger.
Happiness, to me, is being content with what I have been given in life. Happiness is found in the people and things that make up my life. Happiness is a feeling that comes from within and does not need to be dependent on anything else. Happiness is something that I cherish and am grateful for.
Though at times school was tough and emotionally draining, I am so grateful that I made it through unscathed and even attained a scholarship for college in the process. This achievement is something that I will always be proud of.
Happiness is also waking up to a new day and being alive. Happiness is good health despite some physical challenges. Happiness is taking a nature walk in the rain and feeling the drops on my face. Happiness to me is spending time with friends and family members, even if we don’t always see eye to eye. Happiness is a roof over my head, food in my stomach, clothes on my back, and shoes on my feet. Happiness is having a job to pay the bills and support myself. Happiness is being able to retire one day.
Happiness is knowing that I am loved and cared for. Happiness is making someone else happy. Happiness is giving more than I receive. Happiness is seeing other people succeed. Happiness is a quiet moment to myself where I can reflect on all the good in my life. Happiness is being happy with who I am and where I am at in life. Happiness is a state of mind. Happiness is a choice. Happiness is something that comes from within.
So, what does happiness mean to me? Happiness means feeling proud of my accomplishments, enjoying nature, spending time with loved ones, having basic needs met, giving to others, and finding contentment in who I am and where I am in life. Happiness is a state of mind that I can choose to be in every day. And it all starts with gratitude. When I take the time to appreciate all the good in my life, happiness naturally follows.
This park is excellent for roller coasters, and I am quite the enthusiast. Cedar Point’s 16th roller coaster, Top Thrill Dragster, was added in 2003. As the tallest at 420 ft and fastest at 120 mph, this steel screamer definitely takes your breath away! That first drop proves so exciting and thrilling that you become overwhelmed with happiness. The ride is exceptionally smooth – it feels like you’re flying!
Cedar Point is located on a peninsula in Lake Erie and is about an hour and a half drive from Cleveland, Ohio. The park first opened in 1870 as a beach resort. It wasn’t until the early 1900s that the park began to add amusement rides. Today, Cedar Point is known as “The Roller Coaster Capital of the World” and features some of the most thrilling roller coasters in the world.
In addition to roller coasters, Cedar Point also has a water park, an interactive kids’ area, live entertainment, and plenty of food options. There really is something for everyone at Cedar Point!
I absolutely love spending time at Cedar Point because it always brings me happiness. Whenever I’m feeling stressed or down, I know that a visit to Cedar Point will definitely help me turn my mood around. Happiness is something that is very important to me and Cedar Point is one of the places that always makes me happy.
I never thought I would experience such an amazing rush of adrenaline. Another example of happiness is love. No matter who you are, life is happier if you are loved. The feeling I get when someone tells me they love me or even when I say “I love you” to someone is indescribable and absolutely wonderful; it makes me feel safe and secure. Being a well-known beautiful actress might be nice, being the wealthiest woman in the world could be great fun, and having my own successful business would be fabulous, but all those things together would mean nothing without love.
Happiness to me is being loved. Happiness is also a sense of accomplishment. It feels great to do something that you know is going to better yourself or your life in some way. Happiness could also be simply enjoying the moment that you are in whether it’s good or bad. Happiness is relative I guess you could say. Life is what you make it and if you choose to be happy then happiness will come to you.
Happiness, to me, is a choice. You can either let the negative aspects of your life bring you down or you can choose to be happy and let the positive aspects of your life shine through. Happiness comes from within and it is up to each individual person to find their own happiness and not let anyone else control their happiness.
Happiness, to me, is being content with who I am and what I have in life. Happiness is also knowing that I am loved and that I am doing what I love. Happiness is a beautiful thing and it is something that we should all strive for. If we are all happy then the world would be such a better place. Happiness is something that we should cherish and hold close to our hearts. Happiness is what makes life worth living. Happiness is everything to me.