The giraffe said he wanted to be a panda. The elephant asked to be mosquito. The eagle, snake. The rabbit wanted to be a turtle and tortoise swallow. The Lion asked to be a cat. The otter, capybara. The horse orchid. And the whale request permission to be thrush … It was his turn to man, who happens to come from the path of truth, paused, and said clarified: <Lord, I would be … happy>. “(Bucay. The road to happiness).
Wonderful story is not it? It’s a good idea to know what the word happiness because we tend to use constantly in our daily lives. It comes from the Latin “felix, Felicis” which means fertile or fruitful. It is a very old word that was used in an agricultural context. Refers to the nature of human being as the act of giving. It has to do with the concepts of psycho-emotional maturity is commonly known as “character.” The Greek poets had the idea that a tree that bore much fruit was a “felix arbor.”
What science tells us about happiness? The social psychologist at the University of Harvard, Daniel Gilbert conducted an investigation of the happiness factor. In his book Stumbling on Happiness a bestseller translated into over 25 languages, one of the questions he asks are: what would you do in the last 10 minutes of your life if you say you are going to die? I leave you to ponder this question while I invite you to meet other interesting sections that surely you’ll love this magazine entertaining and different. It is my desire that you enjoy the articles you and specially designed for you.