what's the difference between someone who is happy and someone who is sad?
someone who's sad thinks happiness is something innate - either you have it or you don't.
a person who is happy realizes that happiness is more truly a verb, you choose to do it.
in english 'happy' is an adjective or a noun. a description of someone or a state of wellbeing
however, in hebrew 'happy' can be those, but it can also be something more, happy can be a verb like any other verb.
in hebrew, "happy" is what you do. i drink, i eat, i run, i happy.
happiness is just as much a choice as choosing to run, to sing, to dance, and to think.
i know it sounds so out-there, so weird, but how beautiful would the world look if we were all happying?
i think the world would look way more glorious and there would be an extra action verb in the world too, so the world would therefore be a wayyyy more productive space!!!
~ zusha's happying are you?