The Question of Happiness

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English assignment

A The texts in section A focus on happiness 1. Write a summary of text 1 “The Question of Happiness” in about 150 words.
Tal Ben-Shahar was 16 year old when he won his first Israeli National Squash Championship. He though by winning the title he could fill the emptiness there is over him. Even though he has his training he felt that something was missing, he didn’t had all the normal things others have. He believed in the sentence he made himself “Winning the championship was necessary for fulfilment. Fulfilment was necessary for happiness.” And that was the logic he operated after. He went out for celebration with friends and family and when he went back to his bed he somehow felt alone and unhappy so he
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