Why so difficult to feel happy

According to another view, happiness consists in external wealth, i.e. wealth. But does wealth bring happiness? For some, it may be a variant of a “Golden cage”. And besides, it remains an open question, whether in any way the produced wealth can be the key to happiness?
Of course, the wealth should not be discarded, as in need more difficult to feel happy. But wealth does not bring happiness to those who have a soul there is nothing but greed, who have no other joy, how to outdo the other. Add to this the fact that it is not in itself wealth makes a person happy, but “wealth acquired righteously and does not burden”. (Guseinov A. A., Apresyan R. G. Ethic. – M., 1998. – S. 299), which may be related to the happiness of fortuitous circumstances.
Since wealth is closely adjacent the power that many find happiness. But the worship acquired freedom. So, those in power and dependent on him, not severable and not free from each other, since otherwise (and in this understanding of happiness) defeats the purpose of such a state of happiness see more at International Adoption channel news. Therefore, Mr cannot be “happy” without the worship of others. And prefer to ease my soul from the burden of responsibility in freedom (and consequently, and freedom of the spirit), dicloniuses before someone will lose “his” happiness, after parting with an object of worship. Besides, with the point of view of the Christian religion, and European philosophical ethics, a lack of freedom, dependence and rigidities of misery. No wonder, Jesus clearly contrasted the “happiness as the highest good” the might of power, and carelessness, voluntarily adopted subjection. (Matt., 4:1 – 11).
However, Christian philosophers and theologians coined perhaps the most interesting concept of happiness, promising it to those who meekly accept the current morality, the power (because it comes from God) and everything should worship an exemplary Christian. This happiness is the worship of power and God allowing the sacrifice of a temporary inconvenience for a future of bliss in afterlife existence provided for the post by International Adoption research blogger and columnist. Such happiness can be earned through renunciation of worldly goods, a variety of vows, finding in “freedom of faith”, dedicating his life to serving others. This interpretation of “go to a more perfect and happy” world of prayer and Ministry, gave many people the opportunity to achieve great power, since the monasteries owned a fairly large wealth. It was a peculiar path to happiness through the attainment of power over the souls of men.
Thus, we can say that the above views about happiness are not happy by themselves. On the contrary, “real happiness is possible, with the precondition that the person taught himself to be independent as possible from external benefits, and to find joy and pleasure in the approximation to the highest good”. (Guseinov A. A., Apresyan R. G. Ethic. – M., 1998. – S. 302).

3 thoughts on “Why so difficult to feel happy

  1. When we speak about communication, we usually mean the interaction between people through verbal and nonverbal means of influence. This interaction is intended to achieve and the changes in cognitive, motivational-emotional and behavioral areas involved in communication. communication Under the same, as it is known refers to a psychological phenomenon, the essence of which is the emergence of a human mental education, which accumulates the results of cognition of a particular object of reality (in communication that another person or community of people), integration of all held emotional responses to the object, and behavioral responses to it (NR. Myasischev).
    When a person enters into fellowship with one another, they both capture features of the external appearance of each other, “read” experience of the condition, perceive and interpret one way or the other behavior, or otherwise decode the goals and motives of this behavior. The appearance, state, behavior and ascribed to the human goals and motives always make communicating with him the identity of any relationship, and it can be differentiated by their character and strength depending on which side in the other person caused it. For example, the appearance of another person can awaken communicating with him personality sense of excitement, anxiety or confusion, and attributed goals and motives can cause protest.

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  2. “Pleasure is not continuous, for it accompanies activity. Some things I enjoy, while Nova, and then not, and for the same reason, the first thought is passionate and intensely active in, for example, when the faces, but after the activity is not so strained, on the contrary, she is often careless, but because they fade and pleasure.
    It can be assumed that all strive for pleasure for the same reason all are drawn to life, because life is a kind of activity, and each operates in such areas and in such ways, what he especially Luba; for example, the musician works by hearing the tunes, curious – thought in the objects of speculation, and among others to behave towards each. Pleasure gives the perfection of the operations, and hence of life itself, to which all aspire. Therefore, it is clear that and are drawn to pleasure, for everyone it makes life complete”. (Aristotle. Vol. in 4 vols. Vol. 4. – M., 1984. – S. 275).
    However, most of those people who brings happiness to pleasure, thanks to common sense understand that happiness in special treats: long associated with the serenity and joy of life. Therefore, many devote their entire lives to the search for increasingly refined pleasures, trying to prolong an illusory happiness in this way.

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  3. Why no one feels pleasure continuously? Maybe people “get tired” of happiness? Just a man accustomed to his achievements, success and requires climbing a new peak, there is a need for deeper experiences, different self-affirmation and spiritual enrichment, which disappears without a sense of fullness of being. (L. A. Popov Ethics. A course of lectures. – M., 1998. – P. 79). Besides, nothing human is capable of continuous operation. No wonder Aristotle associated the pleasure with the activity.

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