Awareness has choice elements from critical thoughts to feeling appreciative.
The point of journalistic observation is that description places facts in time.
Symptomatic reflexes from experience respond in a kind of stylistic pattern.
Prerequisite behaviors determine standards of educational relationships.
The relative construct of responses qualifies our value systems as reality.
Inevitable changing points of view limit lifetimes into stories that begin and end.
Between conception and completion reality can change the truth perspective often.
Truth is an agreement to believe we choose to share understanding processes.
Appreciation is in what we invest our interests.
Passion is when rational thought relaxes to allow emerging properties to emote.
Attitude is the recognition of resolve between supporting and editing priorities.
Focus of interest is the payment of attention for what must be eliminated is critical.
Emotions remind our thoughts that life-energy creates a reactive force of revelation.
Happiness is the removal of frustration from our efforts to relax and recreate.
Contentment will neutralize intellectual and emotional desire for attention.
(To be content with this list of suggestions is an exercise if finding agreement.)
(IN RESOLVE) Try to replace "happy" with content,
Then consider the vow "For better or for worse."
It is better to feel appreciation than to criticize.
When we think things could get worse we feel forced into a critical attitude.
The environment of appreciation is a better feeling of supportive energy.
So the basic choice is to be appreciative or critical and the more balanced the state of mind allows choice to create contentment. Diplomatic control of emotion is suave.