A Read some of them and say if your life experience lets you agree with them and illustrate one of them by a short story.
a True happiness may be sought, thought or caught but never bought.
b The heart is happiest when it beats for others.
c People whose main concern is their own happiness seldom find it.
d The place to be happy is here, the time to be happy is now, the way to be happy is to make others so.
e To love others makes us happy; to love ourselves makes us lonely.
f Happiness is a healthy mental attitude, a grateful spirit, a clear conscience and a heart full of love.
g Happiness will never come to those who fail to appreciate what they have.
h Happiness is a place somewhere between too much and too little.
B Which of the things mentioned above do you find most precise to characterise happiness? Which of them is the most important for you and why?