We all know that for some people, the pursuit of happiness seems to be a dead end. Some people pursue what they think will make them happy, only to find out that they're wrong. I was discussing this with some of my friends the other day, and I was curious as to what you all thought were the biggest drivers in human happiness. Obviously everyone is different and the things that make one person happy might not necessarily make someone else happy...but I'm talking about on average. What do you think are the biggest determining factors in whether or not someone is happy?
I could only include ten options, so if you think I missed something important please specify in the comments.