There has been a point in our life when we had given our time to help someone in need; whether it may your mom, dad, friends, etc., the list is endless. Why do we choose to help others? No one is forcing us, but why is it a natural instinct from some people to give a hand to the helpless? We help others because of the feeling that comes with it. It is the warm feeling inside us that cannot be described with words. It just lights our soul and puts a smile on our faces as we say, “You’re Welcome!”
It is truly amazing how much meaning there is in just a few words. As said by George Gordon Byron, “A drop of ink may make a million think.”, meaning even a few words can spark the most interesting thoughts. For example, in the Declaration of Independence, “Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness.” are only a couple of words. Yet those couple of words have so much meaning, so much power, and therefore can cause so much thought. It’s one of the most famous lines from the famous American Documents. Continue reading
The other day in my English class, we had an essay topic related to happiness. More specifically, it was asking us to write our thoughts on whether being happy with what we have good, or does it unmotivated us to strive for something better. For the limited 25 minutes we had to write about it certainly made my essay rushed, but this really got me thinking. What exactly is happiness? And does being happy with what we have a bad thing? Lets find out.