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Why isnt it just as good to be happy as to be sad?

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Introduction

Why isn't it just as good to be happy as to be sad? From the childhood the world around us teaches every one of us why isn't it just as good to be happy as to be sad. The world is always divided into white and black sides. We learn that it is right and good to be happy but not to be sad. The language is not able to describe exactly all those feelings that humans can sense. That's why some words are created by people that characterize some groups of feelings and emotions. For example, being buoyant, kind, cheerful, outgoing, attractive and energetic is means to be HAPPY. ...read more.

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So when a human is healthy, energetic, fresh and cheerful it means the person is happy. But if a human's body is sick, or feels pain, a person will be sad. Reason plays a great role in emotional state of a person. We know that reason is another source of self discovering, another way of knowing. It is often a case that motivates in life. By using reason as a thoughtful response people can make choices, make actions that leads to feeling certain emotions. So if a person has good specific reasons, he becomes happy. So we can say that if the person is happy, he becomes productive, therefore - successful. ...read more.

Conclusion

A human cries when he is saturated by emotions and is not able to control them. But tears are not always the display of negative emotions. The person can cry because of happiness as well. There is no specific formula in the world that can measure people's feelings and emotions. Upon the whole for some people it is good to feel happy, for others - to be sad. The whole world is divided into black and white sides. All sorts of media convince us from the childhood that it is right to be good than being bad. But how can we measure goodness or badness? The world is never easy and all aspects of life can be observed by two sides. And every person can have his own opinion on every situation. Elena Arkhangelskaya 11 IB ...read more.

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