Enduring, long-lasting and permanent happiness may not even be a prospect of wo/mankind. If it isn’t one thing, it’s another.  If you win the lottery, you will be worried that time passes too quickly for you to spend all your money, or maybe people are taking advantage of you or maybe you have lost your drive to succeed at the things you used to dream about.  With that in mind, it may be best to view life as an inevitable series of ups and downs – never so good it couldn’t be unpleasant and never so bad that it couldn’t be better.  Your personal definition of happiness may take these factors into consideration.  There are three rules to enduring happiness.  Unfortunately no one knows what they are.


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