So I've been really diving deep into the book I chose, Flow. It's basically about how to achieve genuine happiness. It has me questioning whether I have ever been happy. I find it interesting that days later....I still haven't come up with an answer. The author mentioned that true happiness is the things that we do that took extra work and stress to obtain. When we finally reach that victory, it creates an emotional utopia. I think I agree to a certain extent. When I bust my butt for a goal I do feel some sort of feeling, but I can't say that it's happiness.
What is happiness really? I suppose by the end of the book I will have an idea, right?