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Shaheen said: Posted on: 27/02/2018 06:45

1) Something to do

2) Something to love and

3) Something to look forward to.

If any of the elements are missing, you are not likely to be happy. You may be wealthy, but if you don't have anything to do - you may be depressed. If you don't have anything to love whilst you think you love everyone - that will be a cause of unhappiness too (too busy social life comes to mind - celebrities).

There is nothing beyoud our retirement if you live long or even if we retire early - a short-sighted vision of life. Many atheists suffer from this kind of unhappiness.

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