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Create a definition of happiness and then, as do Ciardi and the Dalai Lama, defend that definition using definitive strategies, to include example, synonym, description, comparison (to other words or situations), negation (what the word is not), classification (types of...), etymology (the word's origin), dictionary definition (quoted and cited), process (how it works), etc.
Length: 5 pages (1401 Words)
Happiness refers to a mental state caused by pleasant emotions. Every person alive has a sole purpose of searching for happiness because the world is a better place when every individual is happy. Although people have different spiritual religions, all are searching for practices that will lead to maximum happiness. His Holiness the Dalai Lama believed that kindness and affection are the requirements of contentment, showing others that sympathy and concern is one way of ensuring others achieve happiness. He stated that “happiness is determined more by one's state of mind than by external events.” (Bstan-dzin-rgya-mtsho et al., 104) John Ciardi wrote about happiness; he believed that happiness is a set of mind whereby any person who believes and is determined to achieve it, will become happy.