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If the subject is illness, immediately and immediately “I wonder if I die?” we are afraid of it. “Don’t be afraid, we found the solution / vaccine!” they say, “I wonder if that vaccine creates new jobs for us?” We produce nonsense thoughts like. When the mutation issue comes into play, we definitely make every mutation worse. We also have a serious problem of information pollution and redundancy. Everyone’s talking. But they all say different things. The result? In the middle! First, “loss of direction”, then “unhappiness” comes into play.


It is certain that a tremendous wave of unhappiness is added to the virus attack. We all suffer from unhappiness without exception. So, is there a cure for this malaise? How can we be happy? The answer to these questions is very, very important, especially in our days. One of those answers came from the teacher Doğan Cüceloğlu, whose every book I read with interest. Doğan Hoca “Do you want to discover yourself and deal with difficulties?” Look in his new book where he is looking for an answer to his question, which drugs does he recommend us …


According to Doğan Hodja, happiness has nothing to do with “age, gender, beauty or ugliness, or even intelligence level”! According to the teacher, those who want to be happy should consider the following 7 issues first …

VARAN 1- FAMILY RELATIONS: Happiness has a very close relationship with whether family relationships are healthy or unhealthy.

VARAN 2- ECONOMIC STATUS: “Is there happiness with money or not?” it is unknown, but Hodja writes that a reasonable income level is also important for happiness.

VARAN 3- YOUR BUSINESS: The issue is not what your profession or work is, but if it is happiness in question, it is an important detail of happiness that your profession and your work are meaningful / valuable to you.

VARAN 4- FRIEND, FRIEND, NEIGHBOR: “If you want to be happy, you shouldn’t neglect this trio team,” says Dogan Hoca.

VARAN 5- COURAGE: If “Are you brave and independent?” If your answer to the question is a strong “Yes”, then you are lucky to be happy. Because “to have the courage to exist in your own eyes” is a very important detail for happiness.

PRESENT 6- HEALTH: As much as Doğan Hodja, I was surprised that health is only 6th in the ladder of happiness. But let’s know that health is also an important factor.

VARAN 7- CONSCIENCE: The teacher suggests those who want to be happy to answer the following question sincerely: “Are you comfortable with your values, are you someone who lives at the level of transcendence, in harmony with your beliefs and values?”

(Doğan Cüceloğlu, ‘Are you there?’, Chronic Book)


Prof. Dr. Toksöz B. Karasu is an important mental healthcare professional who was born in Hasankale, Erzurum. professional. One of the top three mentors for me. He is one of those who, like many of us, are obsessed with happiness, “How can we be happy?” from those looking for an answer to the question. Footnotes of happiness according to Hodja Karasu:

NOTE 1: There is no one easy way to happiness, the way is many, it is tough. It has slopes, bends and obstacles.

NOTE 2: That road does not have an end, that is, an end line, only a starting point. Your current location is the ideal place to start.

NOTE 3: It is the best approach to look for happiness in the “journey itself”, not in the destination or destination.

NOTE 4: You deserve to be a happy person more easily if you do not destroy the “child inside you” and grow him up beautifully and well and successfully shape the adult outside you.

NOTE 5: One of the common mistakes is that happiness is always sought in “far away places”. Unfortunately, most people do not look for the “lost key” where they lost it. Some pursue happiness with property, money and power, others with therapies and medicines.

NOTE 6: Let’s know that happiness is first and foremost a “spiritual field”. It is a kind of “room of calmness and perfection”. On the key to which you will open the door of that room, there must be two separate sections. The first of the episodes is “love”, the other is “spirituality”.


SUGGESTION 1: Sharing makes grief bearable.

SUGGESTION 2: Prayers are the speech of the soul.

SUGGESTION 3: Enlightenment is simplicity.

SUGGESTION 4: Forgiveness is forgetting.

SUGGESTION 5: Divine knowledge is what has not been learned.


HAP 1: A purpose enough to satisfy.

HAP 2: A job to get by.

HAP 3: Rich enough to meet basic needs.

HAP 4: Mind enough to balance work and fun.

HAP 5: Compassion enough to like more people, some of them.

HAP 6: Self-esteem to love yourself.

HAP 7: A sense of kindness enough to give to those in need.

HAP 8: Enough courage to face challenges.

HAP 9: Creativity enough to solve problems.

HAP 10: A sense of humor to laugh at any moment.

HAP 11: Hope enough to wait for a good tomorrow.

HAP 12: Health enough to live life to the fullest.

HAP 13: A feeling of gratitude for what you have.


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