How do you define “happiness”?
Fun everyday? Enjoy life each time?
It’s different for everyone.
For me, happiness is helping people, seeing people smile, laugh with us, ask us again for friendship, follow your passion, listen to your heart and keep the faith! (this statement similar with song from Roxete and Jon Bon Jovi, right :)).
For Uncle Donal Duck (my kid cartoon and comic), he wants to swim on pool that full with money everyday.
For some people in low economic, they can eat everyday, celebrate Christmas or Lebaran with good food and clothes.
For rich people, they want to spend entire day to visit all places in world, buying luxury and branded things.
For adventure, they can visit new place, hiking, meet some new friends.
What about successful entrepreneur? Yes, they have a different opinion also.
See the article from Facebook owner, as follow.
Forget the vacations and private getaways — for Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, happiness is all about helping others with the ones he loves.
During a Q&A on Facebook last month, Zuckerberg answered a ton of questions and wrote a great deal about how people play a huge role in his life and work:
To me, happiness is doing something meaningful that helps people and that I believe in with people I love.
I think lots of people confuse happiness with fun. I don’t believe it is possible to have fun every day. But I do believe it is possible to do something meaningful that helps people every day.
As I’ve grown up, I’ve gained more appreciation for my close relationships — my wife, my partners at work, my close friends. Nobody builds something by themselves. Long term relationships are very important.
Considering Zuckerberg was a psychology major before he dropped out of Harvard, his marriage to college sweetheart Priscilla Chan, and his history of forgoing fancy cars, clothes, and a salary, his answer isn’t all too surprising.
But it’s a refreshing change of pace to hear such a down-to-earth response from a man running one of the most successful tech companies in the world who’s currently worth close to $40 billion, according to Forbes.