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Is there more Happiness or Sadness in the world ???

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Asked by Prasoon Sinha, 14 Dec '13 11:21 pm
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There is a balance between the two...but it's human nature to feel that sadness is more because of its impact in one's life
Answered by Annes, 14 Dec '13 11:27 pm

 
  
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It is always in equal proportions. Thoughtfulness is a sea of which happiness and sadness are the waves. All waves of happiness and sadness recede finally into thoughtfulness. It is so because happiness and sadness are reliefs and relapses provided to man by nature so that the concentration, gravity and longevity of thoughtfulness shall not become a black hole unto himself and consume him.
Answered by Lucky, 14 Dec '13 11:25 pm

 
  
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50-50 ;-P those who are in the moon they never cry so they r happy ;-P
Answered by cocodrilo nahu, 14 Dec '13 11:22 pm

 
  
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Happy happy sir!!
Answered by sanjay karmakar, 14 Dec '13 11:21 pm

 
  
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Very normal atmosphere all over d world
Answered by vedprakash sharma, 15 Dec '13 12:23 am

 
  
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I think there is always perspective in this world, and that sadness and happiness are often a matter of perspective (I'm excluding natural disasters, crime, tragedies, etc.) On a day to day level, we often make our own happiness or sadness because we in turn perceive events as one or the other.

For instance, when we struggle or fail at something it is easier to see it as a negative thing. But it could also be seen as a positive because it gives us opportunity to try again or to succeed at something else. If I didn't realize at a young age that I was bad at math, I could spend my whole life trying to do something that makes me miserable. However, being bad at one thing made me realize what I really was good at and what made me happy.

I avoid watching the news because it focuses on depressing events. I think the situation also impacts the sadness or happiness level. If you expose yourself to read or think about sad things, you're more likely to feel that way. Surround yourself with ...more
Answered by Farhaan, 15 Dec '13 12:12 am

 
  
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Both are balanced
Answered by Sagnik Biswas, 04 Feb 04:58 pm

 
  
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Unfortunately sorrows are more...we can read about it from daily newspapers.
Answered by magi, 16 Dec '13 08:41 pm

 
  
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