Happiness — we are so worried about finding it, that we often miss out on happiness altogether. Maybe happiness isn’t this esoteric, mysterious, rarity. Maybe it is more common than we think. Maybe happiness isn’t about pure bliss, but more about magical moments all lined up in a row. It’s the smell before rain. It’s your favorite sweater. It’s laughing so hard your stomach hurts. It’s reconnecting with an old friend. It’s starry nights, clear skies, and your favorite food. It’s good books and good company. It’s living with no regrets and enjoying happiness as you are in it. The reality is, happiness will never be something you find — it will be something that you create, something that you become, something that you are. Happiness isn’t something that you chase — it is a state of being. You hold the key to your own happiness — all you have to do is unlock it.