Jesus: You shouldn't feel like this. Do you fear death?
Gilgamesh: Yes, I began to fear death, when I presenced his death.
Jesus: You know something, Sometimes when we die is gain. Blessed are those …show more content…
Gilgamesh: Before we get into detail, lets start from scratch. What is happiness for both of you or how would you define happiness.
Jesus: I believe that in order to find happiness it is important to give all our life to God, Let not your hearts be troubled. Believe in God; believe also in me.
Gilgamesh: I believe happiness can be found in the smallest things of lives. We can't take everything for granted. We should cherish every moment because at some point everything will come to an end.
Thomas: I believe happiness is only obtained if one is perfect but could you consider that happiness is something permanent or temporary?
Jesus: I tell you, don’t be anxious for your life: what you will eat, or what you will drink; nor yet for your body, what you will wear. Isn’t life more than food, and the body 7 more than clothing? 26 See the birds of the sky, that they don’t sow, neither do they reap, nor gather into barns. Your heavenly Father feeds them. At the end it depends on where your trust is. Tribulations can not be avoided but through you can find peace and if you find peace you are able to have pure happiness.
Gilgamesh. I believe happiness is temporary. It is all about treasuring life and living it to the …show more content…
We can achieve some kind of "imperfect happiness on this world. The most powerful characteristic a human has is reason. If, then, man’s highest good lay in these things, man would not be the most excellent of animals; which is obviously false. Therefore, human felicity does not consist in goods of the body. We are left with the conclusion that the ultimate felicity of man lies in the contemplation of truth.Happiness can be obtained in the afterlife When we talk about happiness, for me, I believe happiness emanate from e or intrinsic rewards. Happiness can only be found in God alone. This means that only God can satisfy the will of man. Who would agree that happiness can be obtained in the after