Happiness Is a Moral Choice

Growing up in a Catholic country like Poland can twist one’s perception of happiness. I mean, the religion I was taught as a child glorified suffering as a virtue. This, combined with Polish martyrology and a few personal factors, made me see happiness as indulgence.

“To enhance creativity, there should always be a safety net below the people who make suggestions.”

We also know that appreciation and gratitude maximize our output more than the most constructive critique. And these are, yet again, the qualities that contribute to our overall sense of happiness.

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