We, however, have all kinds of different ideas about what happiness is.

Some must go bungee jumping to experience a rush of joy, while others find bliss staying home.

Some are happy in a concert hall, listening to classical music, while children on a playground could be music to the ears of others.

Some people experience elation when they solve a complicated equation, while for others a cancelled math class is a happy childhood memory.

There are no universal rules for being happy – the path leading to happiness is very narrow, with room for one person alone.