About 30 to 50 percent of happiness is genetically determined;
about 10 to 20 percent reflects life circumstances (such as age, gender, health, marital status, income, occupation);
and the rest is very much influenced by the way we think and act.
(Gretchen Rubin in her book “Happier at Home”).
Anybody agrees with Gretchen Rubin’s research-based-thought? 😉
Bahagia itu relatif. Bentuk relativitas yang sangat tergantung pada standar tertentu yang dibuat setiap orang. Bisa sama dan mungkin banget berbeda.
As a good food lover, I always have this urge to explore food ranging from small booths, cafes to (sometimes) fancy restaurants. Back to my college-time memories, one of the unforgettable cafes was d’Risol. It was a place in Bandung where my love for oxtail soup grew.