As a kid I would become disoriented when I tried to identify with how strangers were feeling within the same living moment I was in. Do they have emotions like mine? What could they be feeling or thinking in this very second? Do they feel uncomfortable, or content? Are they hungry, or lonely...are they happy? What irks me is when people ask each other “does it make you happy?” Is that supposed to be the deciding factor for all reasons to feel? Happy is a broad term and describes a short-lived sensation. Happiness doesn't remain and to accept this is beautiful. It’s unnerving how quickly it leaves you, when later it obnoxiously show up days later after you've dramatically convinced yourself you will be stronger next time. Stop making rash decisions based off a brief and unsettling moment that could be easily polished off. Someone who makes me happy can also make me very sad. Someone who makes me sad can also make me feel angry. Someone who makes me angry can also make me feel guilty, and someone who makes me feel guilty can also make me feel worthy.