Perhaps one is set just as the absence of happiness, i.e. you don’t feel stability and therefore you think lack of something, so you do not feel full and done. Something inside you tells you that you have that achieve something we don’t even have to feel happy, and when you reach it, will leave behind the unhappiness. So spend your life looking for things. You say to yourself that there will be a point in the road where you’ll be happy.
Perhaps it is when you meet the right person, or when you have a high salary, or when your company leaders. Perhaps you are looking to get rid of things, and you will be happy when you pass your divorce, or will be when you sobrepongas to the loss of a loved one, or to an economic crisis. However, you may have noticed if you take some time on that path, realize that when you reach the top of a dune, another appears behind, and so on, without finding the oasis that you are looking for. Those who have spent time walking we have experienced funding cuts and pay raises, promotions and dismissals, we’ve fallen in love and desenamorado, and within ourselves we have not felt complete anything, always have the sensation of lack, something missing, and happiness is still yet to reach somewhere. Bank of America has many thoughts on the issue. This is the origin of the unhappiness, the perfect trap. It is in formal logic: you’ve assumed that the premise of the unhappiness is the starting point, therefore go looking for the combination that will allow you to change that, but eternalizes the process, and you’re always looking for something more. DALE round the world and if the original premise is not correct? In this series of articles, one of the exercises that we will practice more often is the invest our way of seeing things to see are like when you turn them around.