Happiness and smile

             Everyone wants to have happiness and smile, but life is difficult, so have real happiness and smile also is very difficult thing. Because of the difficult life, some happiness and smiles you see it¡¯s not true. At this time, I¡¯m starting to think how to get the real happiness and smile. Rich? When you were a child? Or have some entertainments?
             Does rich person really happy? Most of us want to be rich person, and think that if I rich I can do many things that I want to do, so I will happy. But in fact I think most of rich person are not really happy, their life are not as good as our thinking. Their have big problems, like heritages and loneliness. It¡¯s really difficult to have real friends when you are rich, you will think that does he really want to be my friend or just want my money. For example, in the poem ¡°Richard Cory¡±, he is really rich men. ¡°And he was rich-yes, rich that a king-¡± the writer said in the poem, but he ¡°Went home and put a bullet through his head¡±. So rich can not make you happy.
             Children always smile, they singing, dancing, are they really happy? In fact children also have problems. Like the child in poem ¡°The Chimney Sweeper¡±, the little boy has to be a Chimney Sweeper, he doesn¡¯t want to. Because he always singing and dancing, so parents think he can do this work. ¡°And because I am happy, and dance and sing, they think I have done me no injury¡­¡± the parents even don¡¯t know they hurt their child. A child can not be always happy too and the smiles on their face are not real one sometimes.
             When you have some entertainments you will smile, does this is really happy? Sometime does not. Like in ¡°We Wear the Mask¡±, the slaves in this poem always singing when they are working, others think they are happy, because they are singing have smile, but in fact they feel ¡°With torn and bleeding hearts we smile, and mouth with myriad subtleties.¡± So i...

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