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October 6, 2015 by admin_kids

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Subject:Twenty Nine sentences Essay/Speech on “Being Happy/ Happiness”
Mode: Medium
Grade- 10
Target Age Group: 10-15 Years
Total sentences: 29
Contributed By: Sofy Rodrigues, St. Paul’s School, Goa

Friends have you ever thought about the thing that can make us happy? Happiness differs from people to people. A young kid feels that happiness lies with its mother, the moment the child sees the mother it smiles and stops crying! Wouldn’t that be wonderful if we all stopped cribbing and complaining if we felt the same happiness, when we grow up! As we grow older the essence of happiness differs. People are always in the pursuit of happiness but never find it in his lifetime. I think this is because he is always running after it, the running is so fast that he doesn’t realize it when it’s near him or with him.

As the child grows he finds happiness in small things like new toys, new dress, sweets etc. When they grow still further they try to find happiness in their friends. When they are big enough they try to find happiness in other people by falling in love. Many people find happiness in making money, so they are always on the run, in search of big careers and thus minting money. Finally, when they make enough money and when they are about to enjoy this money, they realize that it’s about time to spend the money in hospitals. Finally that’s where we all end up! Do you think this is how it should be? I think given any situation or circumstances people can be happy. Happiness lies within. I would like to cite a few examples here: As we go for a walk in the morning, if we come across a hungry animal like a cat or a puppy, we can be happy just by giving it little milk or water. Later during the day as we enter the world of stress we can be happy by the fact that we fed a little animal today, if that thought can make us smile and feel proud, I feel that is true happiness. Many a times we see elderly people playing together with children, the happiness that we see on their faces are so genuine, that we too smile at the sight; sometimes we just brush it off thinking that they are crazy! Have you ever thought about that moment? That small game that they are playing together takes that grandpa out for a temporary period from this stressful world, and makes him also a child for a short span of time. This small deed can make him feel happy for the rest of the day. If we learn to smile in all the small things that we do throughout the day, it will keep us positive.Being positive, we will have good thoughts, words and deeds throughout the day. We should learn the mantra, “it will pass” as we all know that whatever be the situation it will not be permanent, it will pass. This is also a secret mantra to be happy.

Every year,March 20 has been established as the annual International Day of Happiness and all 193 United Nations member states have adopted a resolution calling for happiness to be given greater priority.So friends, I think in this big world true happiness lies within you, it’s only a matter of pausing for a while, acknowledging it and smiling! So be happy whenever, wherever and always. Make happiness a habit.

 
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12 comments »

  1. ilovemy bf aaron biggs says:

    k hope you having gd day

    Date: Tue, 6 Oct 2015 09:00:11 +0000 To: ilovemybfaaron@hotmail.co.nz

  2. alisa says:

    this is lovely.. keep it up

  3. indigo spectram says:

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  5. superkidzzzzzzzzzzzz says:

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  6. indigo spectram says:

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  7. superkidzzzzzzzzzzzz says:

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  8. indigo spectram says:

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  9. jeniya says:

    nice topic I like it

  10. jeniya says:

    nice topic.

  11. mayank sharma says:

    nice thinking

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