Choosing Happiness

On the other hand, some studies say people in their 70’s tend to be the happiest. Not the least because they have learned to avoid people like Rat.


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14 Responses to Choosing Happiness

  1. When we get to our 70s, we have come to terms with a lot—for one, letting go of some impractical ideas about what we want to achieve, and what we want out of life. We realize that every day wasted feeling discontented, is a day that will never come around again.
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  2. Rummuser says:

    I would put it differently. People like rats keep away from happy 70+ year olds as the latter will drive the former nuts.
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  3. Sharon says:

    Everyone is different, especially over seventy …
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  4. Mike says:

    Something to look forward to, I guess. On the other hand, I’ve fairly content now in my middle 60s.
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  5. Linda Sand says:

    In our 70s some of us give up trying to be what we think others want us to be. Just being ourselves is happier. Second childhood is wonderful!

  6. tammy j says:

    actually with my health situation being what it is and watching the world’s situation… i’m pretty happy just waking up each day! 😀
    that makes me the pig I guess.
    I still love the line Abe Lincoln said… you know…
    ‘folks are pretty much happy as they make up their minds to be.”
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  7. Cathy in NZ says:

    I’m at the 70s marker yet, I’m hoping I will still be “flowing along” achieving what I can, when I can…

    Because of a few issues, too bad, just need to make sure they are “flowing along with me” and taking a break etc when I need too.Today somehow that break was needed,and I took a 60min horizontal, not sleeping just resting. I feel a lot better now.

    Plus I ate something – not a full on anything, and savoury, all good…

    I was thinking it was time for another trip to the retreat centre…was a needful thing 🙂

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