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The same way we seek entertainment, good looks, smarts, and etc. we all try to be happy in our lives. Many times, people try to purposely chase happiness, but it would seem that the more you chase happiness the more you tend to not be able to obtain it and I agree with this.
Happiness is a necessity for life and, in its own little way, it seems to find us rather than vice versa...
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In the movie, The Pursuit of Happiness, there is an African American father trying to raise his family in one of the toughest places in the U.S., San Francisco. He interns to become a stock broker while being homeless and raising a little kid of his own. He goes through conflicts with his wife, who ends up divorcing him, his kid and his financial problems...
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