People need to be taught how to be slowly happy. In this age if instant gratification, no one is patient enough to see the fruits of a deeper kind of happiness.....

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It's easy to make someone directly happy, takes a lot of work to keep it up. Shall I rephrase that?

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To IMPOSE "ones' will" On Another;<br />
HOW SUCCESSFUL do you "really" believe ONE would be ?<br />
You CANNOT "impose" happiness.<br />
"Offer" it 'as a gift'...<br />
...IF it is "accepted", Wonderful.<br />
If not... then leave "well enough" alone.

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I'm not sure I understand this one but I will take a stab at it. Happiness is a fleeting thing. It only lasts as long as sadness or another emotion enters a persons life. For that reason, I would say direct happiness might be best. Tomorrow is promised to no one. I would say live in the moment and try to be happy where you can. To try to save it for a later moment, could mean the moment could pass you by.

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if the ob<x>jective is "be happy" both are good ways to do so from a point of view that there are degrees of happiness!

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Making someone directly happy and then making that lead to a broader and deeper happiness that lasts is more difficult, but certainly worth the trouble with the right person.

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To do the Will of God is good, because this will be beneficial to all people.

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