The feeling of happiness is very subjective and doesn't depend on circumstances absolutely. For me happiness means interest. A calm (without too passionate, boiling emotions) but strong and vivid feeling of interest to the world, that can be sort of a background for all of my actions and thoughts. Perhaps that's something all of us experienced in childhood, a magical feeling of everything being new and exciting and curious to explore?
I wonder, why it usually disappears when we grow up. When it disappears? When we begin to think too much about reaction of the outer world, of public to our actions? When we begin to think about ourselves too much in general? (That's not like this in a childhood; while being kids we do not think about ourselves, but sooner different characters - fairies, wizards, dragons, princesses... XDDDD)
I do not know. Though I'm going to continue trying to find this feeling again, again and again, even if takes the whole my life to succeed.

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Glad to see both of you here^^

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I came to visit you! Come on girl ! >____________<

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I believe you will find your happiness one day~~
As to me,Happiness is trasient~like a fleeting fantasy~I would like to take it as an old friend who will visit me whenever I have joy to share~XDD~this attitude towards life sounds unrealistic~but I enjoy it



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