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Happy Chi


HAPPY CHI :)

H = Health, Harmony & Holistic

A = Awareness, Attitude & Action.

P = Preparation, Practice & Perseverance.

P = Positivity, Principled & Purpose.

Y = Youthfulness, Yielding & You.

Coded by Tony Stewart 25 April 2012.

Happy:

Feeling or showing pleasure, joy or contentment. Fortunate: characterized by happiness. – behaviour enthusiastic about something. enjoying or characterized by well-being and contentment. notably fitting, effective, or well adapted. favored by luck or fortune : fortunate.

Happiness:

Pleasure, joy, exhilaration, bliss, contentedness, delight, enjoyment, satisfaction. Happiness, bliss, contentment, felicity imply an active or passive state of pleasure or pleasurable satisfaction. Happiness results from the possession or attainment of what one considers good: the happiness of visiting one's family. Bliss is unalloyed happiness or supreme delight: the bliss of perfect companionship. Contentment is a peaceful kind of happiness in which one rests without desires, even though every wish may not have been gratified: contentment in one's surroundings. Felicity is a formal word for happiness of an especially fortunate or intense kind: to wish a young couple felicity in life.

Source various dictionary’s.

Happiness is a mental or emotional state of well-being characterized by positive or pleasant emotions ranging from contentment to intense joy.[1] A variety of biological, psychological, religious, and philosophical approaches have striven to define happiness and identify its sources. Source: Wikipedia.

Psychologist Martin Seligman provides the acronym PERMA to summarize Positive Psychology's correlational findings: humans seem happiest when they have

  • Pleasure (tasty foods, warm baths, etc.),

  • Engagement (or flow, the absorption of an enjoyed yet challenging activity),

  • Relationships (social ties have turned out to be extremely reliable indicator of happiness),

  • Meaning (a perceived quest or belonging to something bigger), and

  • Accomplishments (having realized tangible goals).

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