Have you ever asked yourself “why is happiness important?”
Happiness is the ultimate purpose and value of human beings, and the pursuit of happiness is the meaning of human life. This is determined by human nature: happiness is the innate instinct of human beings.
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Not only that, happiness is a lifelong unchanging pursuit. For any person in the world, the material things above may satisfy him, but when he is faced with spiritual pursuits, there is often no end to them.
We have more and more money, but some people are less and less happy …… This is the paradox of happiness that has been bridged as a worldwide problem.
International experience shows that when a country’s per capita GDP enters the period of 4,000 U.S. dollars, it’s a golden period of development, but also a contradictions highlighted period.
In order to avoid possible economic and social problems, consolidate the achievements of reform and development, and promote sustainable economic development, many countries have entered the stage of per capita GDP of 4,000 U.S. dollars, we should actively maintain social stability and promote social harmony, happy education and happy management.
Individuals can face work and life more positively and optimistically through happy cultivation; organizations can achieve development and prosperity more scientifically and harmoniously through happy management. The development of happy education is expected to put a brand new motor on the development of economy and society.
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Happiness is a science and an art. Without understanding the scientific meaning of happiness, it is difficult to truly find it. For too long, we have treated wealth and success as pleasure in itself, and as a result, we have desperately pursued it, even at the expense of pleasure and life.
Worryingly, this global paradox of happiness is getting worse: we have more wealth and less happiness.
We can get a glimpse of this just by looking at the internet and current social buzzwords.
The decline in happiness is accompanied by a number of social and environmental crises of concern, such as sub-health, overwork, depression, unnatural deaths, terrorism and violence.
According to the data published, 60 per cent of the working population, 90 per cent of whom are white-collar workers, are in a state of sub-optimal health.
The proportion of the population with psychological problems and mental illnesses is as high as 7 percent, totaling more than 100 million people. Suicide due to mental illness is a growing problem.
Terror and violence are also alarming. Globally, there is the spectre of the Osama bin Laden terror. On March 23, 2010, nine children were killed and four seriously injured in front of an experimental primary school in Nanping City, Fujian Province. The murderer, Zheng Minsheng, a doctor at the Ma Station Community Clinic, was motivated by a lack of interest in his work, a failed love affair and gossip. In addition, there are various other unhappy incidents.
Even the astronaut Armstrong feels that his life has lost its meaning. Because the moon is his lifelong dream, for how many times he yearned and dreamed of this wonderful moment, how many times in the dream depicted the beauty of the moon. This process of dreaming of a better tomorrow gave him infinite happiness and gave life a dazzling glory. However, what he never expected was that the infinite yearnings of the past would become unrepeatable history, and what he has today is only an incomparable pain of loss. In his eyes, the moon has not been the hazy beauty of yesterday, there is only a pile of stone cold heartless. In order to resolve the heart of this inexplicable pain, he had tried to go to the seaside resort, to sports mountaineering, but to no avail, as a result, only that time and time again, nostalgic memories, only occasionally let him find a little bit of spiritual comfort and a small sense of happiness.
The fact of his life tells us that happiness is not the achievement of goals, more happiness is still in the process of pursuing them.