For an individual to increase his or her level of happiness, it is necessary to be aware of the things that make him or her happy.
Comprehending the motivations for pursuing money and happiness is the key to understanding this correlation. The Easterlin paradox summed this view by showing that income had a direct correlation with happiness.
The purpose of this paper is to compare "love" as it is portrayed in two stories, "The gifts of Magi" and "Love is a fallacy".
It is actually rather interesting to note that in many modern day retellings of love it is either shown that love is blind or that love is sacrificial yet few ever delve into the concept [...]
Shulman presents the protagonist who believes that his perfect match should be a woman with a number of obligatory qualities, whereas the main heroes of the Chinese legend do not try to adhere to specific [...]
Given that, the book focuses primarily on raising awareness on when love crosses into the realm of obsession, the characters in the book exhibit an intense and obsessive attraction for their partners, to the detriment [...]
Academically, literary works are a creative and constructive way of condemning evils such as corruption, impunity, gender violence and discrimination of any kind, which could be understandably an obstacle to the progress of a society [...]
The belief by rationalists failed to hail the fact that we are humans, thus emotional in nature and even the most 'rational' of all beings can err. Emotions ensure that we act in a manner [...]
However, the main concern in this paper is to explain the meaning of emotion and use one theory of emotion to explain its meaning.
This adds to the confusion of what love is. The time it takes for the characters in these two stories to fall in love is too short.
The emotion of anger is usually considered to be negative and it can lead to various negative consequences. On the other hand, the emotion of happiness is positive and it has numerous benefits to our [...]
Nevertheless, humor does still have a firm standing in as far as enhancing persuasion is concerned since the source is able to build rapport with the receiver which is the fundamental goal of persuasion. Humor [...]
The personal decision to love enables one to decide on venturing into a commitment to love regardless of the present feeling in the inner self at that particular period. Conversely, the possibility for a person [...]
Satire is more particular because it is based upon a proper understanding of the target of the humor and may only be interesting and entertaining to a mature and probably educated audience.