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Tell us - what makes you happy?

As we discussed earlier, different things make different people happy. Which amongst the following makes you the happiest?

Readingwatching movies, watching/making artbeing close to naturedoing businesswriting/reading poetry, clicking/watching photostaking care of your healthbloggingplayingloving your friends and familyloving your countryloving your religion or something else?

Let us know what it is - drop a comment!

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