The End of Happiness
The end of everything is the beginning of the end of happiness. The beginning of something is great, but the end is often a disaster. People have a tendency to associate happiness with pleasure, so when an experience ends in pain, people perceive it as more unpleasant. The cynic has some sympathy for the naysayers, and the opposite is true for forced happiness. We can’t just take pleasure from what we want, but we should also be grateful for what we have.
The End of Happiness shows us what makes us happy and what is the road to destruction. It makes us realize what we’re missing out on, and we must be aware of what’s holding us back from happiness. Ultimately, happiness is a good thing, but we have to be aware of how to make it happen. If you’d like to experience happiness, be kind and don’t try to fake it.
The End of Happiness discusses the meaning we can find in life. It’s a fundamental part of our identity, which means that it has value beyond ourselves. Our sense of purpose is what we strive for, and we can find meaning in other things. We can define ourselves as wise, creative, or anxious, but this has little to do with happiness. We can only feel happy when we are contributing to something that matters. The end of happiness is a paradox. But in the long run, it will bring us the most joy.