"The U.S. Constitution doesn't guarantee happiness, only the pursuit of it. You have to catch up to it yourself'"
On one trip about ten years ago, I was making conversation with the taxi driver, asking him my usual questions about how he came to live where he lived. Then I asked him a hypothetical question: "If you could live anywhere in the world—and if money was no object—where would you live?"
I felt humbled and a little foolish for my question. Of course he was right—happiness is an inside job. He had reminded me of something I already knew, but had forgotten. If you can't find happiness inside yourself, you'll never find it in the outside world, no matter where you move. Wherever you go, there you are. You take yourself with you.
I am grateful for the wisdom of that taxi driver. And I'm grateful for all the wisdom others have shared with me about how to be happy." by Mac Anderson and BJ Gallagher
You don't have to be a graduate from Harvard to know what that cab driver knew....
Until you learn to be happy with what you have and with whoever you are, regardless of any outside circunstance, no one can help you.
You have to search deep down within yourself to realy find the happiness we all strive for. Happiness is not a when and a where, it is a here and now!