“Let us be grateful to people who make us happy; they are charming gardeners who make our souls blossom” – Marcel Proust

What is happiness? It seems like an odd question, but is it? Do you know how to define happiness? Do you think happiness is the same thing to you as it is to others? For every person, happiness has different meaning. For me happiness is spending good time with my loved one’s. Happiness is choice I make. Be yourself and be best version of yourself. Don’t try to please others.

Last time I wrote article do what makes you happy? It was about choose your dreams carefully, choose what you want to do, believe in that and be happy always.

There is always something wonderful about time we spend with our friends and family, we love. I believe there is nothing more important in this world than our families and friends who surround us – who love us. They help set the foundation of who we become and how we evolve into the best versions of ourselves by the love that they give – in their own unique ways.

As we look back at our lives, it’s hard to recall a moment of great happiness that was at least spent with our loved ones.

I love my family and friends and I love to spend time with them. That is happiness for me.

Be so happy that when others look at you they become happy too. Life only comes around once, so do whatever makes you happy, and be with whoever makes you smile. Start each day with a grateful heart.

As I said for every person happiness has different meaning I would like to know what makes you happy? What’s your definition of happiness? Waiting for your comments.

Thank you for reading ❤️


© Anjali Sharma, Positive Side Of The Coin


  1. How beautiful! I’ve spent to much of my life sacrificing my happiness to do what I thought was right. I am done with that. I typed in Happiness and pulled up your article, thank you. 🙂

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  2. Beautiful post. I love what you said about happiness being a choice. My spiritual teacher John Morton says that if you want to be happy, do happy things. See you doing that – so great, Anjali!
    Blessings, Debbie 😊

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  3. Was going through your blogs, I love the “Love of my life” blog. Couldn’t reply you there as the comments are closed, but you guys are so adorable. If you get time do check my recent post “SHUTTERBUG”. I have written that for my gf. We both are from different States too. And your blog really motivate me❤️ Thank You for sharing such nice blogs😊

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  4. EVERYONE wants to be happy. But many problems threaten our personal and family happiness,
    The Bible show how we can enjoy a happier life now and in the future.
    Please visit jw.org

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    1. Yes everyone want to be happy. And problem are always there, I agree but who doesn’t have problems. That doesn’t we choose worries over happiness. Thank you for visiting 💝🙏🏻😇


  5. I really like your blog page about Happiness. I am also somewhat like that only what you have told.
    Thanks for writing such a good blog. I really loved it.

    At some points it seemed to me like we have the same thinking! 🙂

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  6. Lovely to read your thoughts! For me, happiness is finding your inner peace and making it with your surroundings- living in a way that deeply feels right. Also i See Happiness as another form of love. For yourself, for your loved ones! It makes me so happy to see how people like us start to think – talk – ne write about Happiness! 🙂 thank you for your words 🙂 cheers from Hamburg! Kati

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    1. I think you should read Secret, whatever way thinks results come out similar. If you think in a positive manner, everything will turn out positive. If you can’t read secret, then start watching interview of successful people. You will find out they are happy as they lead positive life. And also please start doing meditation, that will help you to break your habit. Stay Happy and positive. Thank you for dropping by Leiz💝

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  7. Many people experience a measure of happiness when they reach a certain goal or obtain a desired item. But how long does that surge of happiness last? Often, it is only temporary, which can be disappointing.
    Luke 12:28 says – happy are those hearing the word of god and keeping it.
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  8. Anjali happiness to different people means different things. To me happiness to me is family time, baby’s laughter, hot cup of coffee, being amidst nature, a comforting touch, an acknowledgement, overcoming a challenge, a pleasant surprise, being myself. 💖

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  9. An insightful, thought-provoking post. It’s a tough one, I’m not sure too.. I’d have to say something about being present, being grateful, being content within yourself and your situation without feeling the need for more.xx

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  10. To me, happiness is a feeling, a deep emotion. It makes you feel good. It’s peaceful. Happiness is content. Happiness makes me want to hum all the time, and tap my foot to the beat!

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  11. Little things make me happy–a funny TV commercial, a good book, blogging, the beautiful sky at any hour, my neighbor…writing a poem/post that others like as much as I do 🙂 Blessings to you and your family today, Anjali ❤

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  12. I agree with what you say,
    I get my happiness by doing what I love the most, and for a little while not carrying/worrying about what others are thinking of me. I also believe that ‘happiness is letting go of what you think your life is supposed to look like.’ If we constant want our ‘ideal’ and ‘perfect’ life, there will always be things to complain about, but what we don’t realise is that we can only do so much with the what we have, and that is why it’s important to make the best of it.

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