This is the first post of a three-part series on my journey of self-awareness. I’m going to discuss the “dilemma” of being happy in order to be true to myself.
We all have a choice to make; to be happy, or to be true to ourselves. What do we choose? We can’t be happy if we’re not true to ourselves, but we can be true to ourselves if we’re happy.
That’s an interesting question. We can become so caught up in being happy that we forget that we are being happy. In fact, I think most people do this, because if we were not happy then we would never have decided to become happy. To be true to ourselves, we must first be happy and honest with ourselves by being truthful. A person who is happy is a person who has not been dishonest in her self-awareness.
One of the best things about being a person is how we are able to make the most of our strengths. We can become so caught up in our strengths that we begin to forget that our greatest strengths are our weaknesses. For example: We can be a perfectionist; we can be a perfectionist with a good friend; we can be a perfectionist with a bad friend. A person who is happy is a person who has not been dishonest in her self-awareness.
I’ve seen people say that they are happy because they are in a better place than most people. I don’t really agree with that idea because being in a better place doesn’t necessarily mean having a better life. Being happy doesn’t mean that you are satisfied with your life. The happiness of a person is determined by how he feels about his life. A person can feel happy about his life because he feels like his life is good and he is able to enjoy it.
Happiness does not depend on how many more calories or grams of fat or number of times your ass is in the air. It depends on how you feel about your life. We only make the first decision of how happy we want to be. We are either sad, happy, or neutral. Then we make up our minds about what we want to do with our lives. If we are sad, we are unhappy. If we are happy, we feel good.
The third level of self-awareness has to do with how you feel about your life. If you feel unhappy, you are more likely to stick with your life. But if you are happy, then you don’t really feel that way. If you feel good about it, then you are happy. If you are unhappy, then you are happy. If you feel that way, then you are unhappy. If you feel that way, then you are happy.
I think the best way to describe the difference between being happy and being happy is simple and clear. It’s when you are happy with yourself and you are not happy about anything else. If you feel that way, that means you are in the right place in your life, and you are doing the right thing. But if you feel that way then you are not in the right place or doing the right thing.
And I think that’s the difference between being sad and feeling sad. I feel sad when I am not happy with myself. I feel sad when I am not happy about anything else. I feel sad when I am not happy about anything. I feel sad when I am not happy.