Good!can you afford to take Care of more babies they are looking for baby sitter.here all chinese... . Me anak ka na pala? Kay Mulato ba yan o sa stallion na puting kabayo?
There is no such thing as true happiness, no false happiness either. It's either happy or not. Intindihin nyo kasi mga sinasabi ko; Ang simple/basic sentence wag nyo lagyan ng other meaning. Makita nyo loved ones, ma promote ka, swertehin kayo sa negoyo, makita si crush, it's happiness, walang true or false happiness.
Have you experienced true happiness? What does true happiness look like for you?
You know what, Constable Kitten, you make me HAPPY. I love your down-to-earthness. Your being grounded gives me a breather. Keep doing it. No wonder you are loved.
^I think what she meant is that there are levels of happiness. Sometimes, there are happiness that are 'superficial' (in Tagalog it's called "mababaw na kaligayahan").Example: there are forms of depression wherein people will buy material things ie use money, to 'fill the holes' in their lives temporarily. It's a symptom of obssessive-compulsiveness. They 'satisfy' a superficial need, but they do not or cannot really get rid of that depression (which oftentimes they don't even know they have) ie the source of their unhappiness.The sad part is after the temporary "high" that you get from material acquisition or money spending, then comes even WORSE depression realizing that it just scratch a temporary itch and or because they fall into even bigger debt. It's similar to an addiction (and in fact it is, like gambling or drugs, there are severely indebted people in the US/Western world, usually women who get addicted to shopping).Money is common mistranslation of "happiness". When you acquire money and you use it to make your life easier, it does get rid of the things that may make you 'depress' ie fear of ruin, financial insecurity, ability to buy treatments eg mental health care. But money itself doesn't get rid of your mental health problems, it doesn't give you a wife/husband that truly loves you for who you are, it doesn't give you friends, it doesn't give you hobbies that keep you satisfied, it doesn't give you happy memories that sometimes flash in your mind at random times of the day, giving you a smile out of nowhere. Money/wealth is a tool. It helps you to acquire those things you really need...but in many cases 'acquiring wealth' is misconstrued as 'using wealth' properly.Many people don't use it properly or know how to use it. Good example: Hollywood. Look how much $$$ and fame these people have...but look at how much mental health issues there are. Look at countries that are wealthy = they lead to high rates of suicide (look at Korea and Japan).
Bakit nagkakagalit ang mga mag aasawa han?, mga kamag-anakan? Magkakaptid?. Sa magasawa hindi puro tabihan na lang sa gabi!, oo masasabing masaya ka dahil sa pagtatalik ninyo at walang perang namagitan kung hindi damdamin ng isat-isa na ibang kasiyahan na di mabibili ng kuwarta.. Masaya kayo.. Parating ganong pangyayari at minsan umaabot na wala ng lalabas sa kuwarto at puro seks at lambingan. Napaka saya nila.. Ang siste ito palang minahal ay wala ni isang kusing na pambili man lang ng pitong gatang para sa pitong araw kahit lugaw manlang.. At ang masama ay guwapong is tambay at walang trabaho.. Ngayon? Importante ba ang kuwarta sa bawat isa na kumakalam na ang sikmura? Kuwarta ay kakambal ang saya at kaligayahan.. Sigurado yan!