Reflective Essay On Happiness

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I believe that everyone has the ability to achieve happiness. Now, I say happiness but happiness isn’t always easy to achieve. When something very harsh happens in your life like when a bird loses their wings, you start to feel hopeless and very unnecessary to this world. Just at that time, you have trouble moving on, just like how a truck will when it’s stuck on a hole. Well let me tell you a story where I know that at that point you have been proven wrong. I know that everyone in this world deserves to be cheerful and grateful for the things they have. When I was in elementary school, I always had the struggle to find friends. I never had any close friends where I can trust them deeply and tell them about my personal life. My dream was to …show more content…
At that time, my eyes were red like a vampire. My teeth were clinched like chains stuck together. My face was red like a tomato and there was steam coming out my ears. My hands were tight like they were tangled around a rope. I just can’t believe there was no person I was comfortable with. They had the jocks, the bookworms, the game geeks, and the princesses of the castle. I didn’t fit in any of those categories. I just kept asking myself why I didn’t have any friends to hang out with. It just felt like my happiness will never rise and I will always be the awkward one of the bunch. In that moment, my life was going through another Great Depression in the 1920s. The Stock Market has crashed and my hope was flushed in the toilet …show more content…
This time all hope was lost. Whether it was horrible or delightful, I was ready to accept anything that would backfire me. In Rolling Meadows High School, I finally reunited with my friend I knew when I was five years old. With that in mind, I actually met a couple of people who I knew I could trust and can make true memories with. At that point, I just realized that I made a ton of friends in high school. My eyes were light blue like a kitten. My teeth were sparkling white like a dove. My cheeks were pink like a flamingo. People in the hallways were wondering why I was smiling so much and if I take a gallon of sugar everyday. In that perspective, I knew that the reason was because I made true friends and I have entered the stage of where I’m free to express myself. With that freedom, I was able to do better in high school than in middle school. I also began to think positive all the time. With the positivity, I was able to achieve greatness and follow my path towards success. With all the sports, clubs, interactions, and weekends in high school, I turned out to be the person I wanted the school to see me as. The student who will work to achieve anything in life. There were some things that I kept in the back of my mind. One of those things were that happiness does exist in everyone’s life. Happiness can be achieved if we believe into it and if we put the effort to reach out for it. Being stuck in

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