We all want to be happy

 

 

Happiness is obviously everyone’s goal

 

The trick of course is how to get there

 

Advertisements, particularly the media has sold us on lurid and stupid, yet well set mindsets, on how to get happy; sex, money, fame, drugs etc.

 

For those who have experienced any, or all of those things, they know it is at the most a fleeting pleasure!

 

Dr. Twersky, one of the foremost Rabbis and Psychiatrists in our time, and author of dozens of books, particularly on this subject, was interviewed by a Jewish newspaper in England on this question, he said:

 

People mistake happiness with pleasure.

 

Pleasure is a temporary fleeting instinctive reaction to a stimuli.

 

Happiness comes from a deep soul need to cause a meaningful difference to someone else’s life.

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