Happiness never decreases by being shared.
What is it about both love and happiness that makes it infinite?
Happiness and love are each, infinite pools of emotion that are not in the least bit diminished in the active sharing with others.
Each defy the mathematical rules which only allow for a finite experience to be divided into smaller parcels, which in turn, decrease the volume of the total.
In sharing happiness, we discover that, if anything, sharing happiness generates a greater sum of the parts than having maintained it internally.
Happiness creates the opportunity for one party to infuse another with a splash of emotion that has the potential contagion factor of spreading instantaneously to another party or living creature.
When we share happiness, we are doling out a microcosm of our heart for others to fully thrive, upon receiving the stimulation, and with great expectation that our happiness quotient will be joined by those with whom we opt to include. Try smiling at strangers today, and watch their reactions.
Our happiness may be found in millions of different circumstances, manners, opportunities, and situations. Once it has been achieved, discovered or generated, this happiness is fully capable of propelling us to new heights of experience that will enable our overall being to vibrate at a higher frequency, and thereby perform a catalytic stimuli for the rest of our internal being, so that we are all the more capable of enjoying circumstances and opportunities surrounding us.
Happiness may be fleeting, but its overall effect on us can never be dismissed as insignificant, for our true internal happiness is one of the core fuels upon which our lives are constructed.
When we embrace happiness as being the endgame, and we leverage our systems and resources to facilitate those goals being reached, we awaken to a reservoir of positive emotion, upon which we may float languidly at our leisure.
In this frame of reference, we are hard-pressed not to want to share that we are having those feelings with others, and in our choice to do so, we hope that they will find some common joy with us for our having willingly shared a resource that is so precious to us.