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Most wishes are for happiness. Most people say that they are seeking happiness. But the truth is that when we talk about happiness, are we really aware of the nature of this feeling?
Recently I found an inspirational quote about happiness that pushed me to think and search for something that I was not aware of. Can happiness be learned?
It’s so obvious that we spend a lot of time in our lives about learning various things in order to be educated, to have a job, to optimize our conditions of living, to gain new skills, to make money. But, do we consider important to learn how to be happy? Sometimes I feel that everyone waits for the life conditions or others to make him happy. On the contrary, most of the experts and researchers in relevant books and articles about happiness agree in one thing; that happiness is something we can cultivate on our own. “Neuroscientist Richard Davidson On How Happiness Can Be Learned” at huffingtonpost.com suggests that learning how to be happy doesn’t differ from other skills’ practicing, like learning to play a music instrument or engage a sports activity.
This post is the sum up of a small research I’ve made about daydreaming. Before few days, I had a conversation with friends, which started with the idea that daydreamers are so out of the reality. They are lazy and they prefer living unreal situations in order to avoid the truth. Personally, I don’t agree with this opinion. I believe that any form of innovative creation and invention, from art and entrepreneurship to maths and science, needs a portion of fantasy as the important condition to go further from the known lands. So, I settled down in my nook and read a lot about daydreaming; after all, psychology is another favourite subject for me. Here, I will share with you the ten things that impressed me most. I hope you will find them interesting, too.