Happiness is a universal human longing, yet so many people are unhappy. The Torah teaches that it is a mitzvah to be happy, and therefore it must be possible to achieve. Judaism has a number of practical approaches to being genuinely happy. These approaches are not the hedonism and self-indulgence that are so popular in the West, but rather they are grounded in an appreciation of the opportunities within life itself, knowing that each moment can be infused with meaning and utilized to move closer to building a relationship with God and realizing our goals in life.
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