Presentation on Happiness.

By Prof. Sabahayata Jaisinghani on (2:00 – 3:00 p.m.)

Happiness is a psychological or emotional condition of well-being characterized by optimistic or pleasant emotions ranging from contentment to strong delight. Happiness is a fuzzy concept and can mean numerous things to numerous people. Part of the challenge of a science of happiness is to recognize diverse concepts of contentment, and where pertinent, divide them into their components. Happiness is the unending expedition of life, the unquenchable thirst and the greedy hunger of all human being. Happiness is what we all hunt for, what we long for. But can such ecstasy be nothing but a mysterious state of mind, which is here one flash and gone the next, or is such a positive outlook attainable for a lifetime? Conceivably it is, it just is.