• What is the key to living a healthier, happier life?

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    What is the key to living a healthier, happier life?

    She claims that when people share their "fun" stories, it appears as if a fire is lit inside them. "So much of life drains us," she adds, "but fun fills us up."

    Digital Desk: The most important aspect of life is to be alive. It is, however, the most difficult part. It is necessary to have fun in order to feel fully alive. But because we believe in a distorted definition of "fun," we feel dead on the inside.

    "In reality, fun is not just a light-hearted pleasure," says Catherine Price, an author and science journalist. It's not just for kids, and it's not for fun. Instead, having fun is the key to feeling alive.

    "She believes that the word "fun" has been made to sound frivolous and optional. "There is an element of serendipity in it," she says, adding that someone who is having a good time will appear to be "illuminated from within."

    She claims that when people share their "fun" stories, it appears as if a fire is lit inside them. "So much of life drains us," she adds, "but fun fills us up."

    She claims that having fun can make us feel relaxed and healthy. She defines fun as a "flow state" that forces us to stay in the present moment and enjoy every moment. Price also believes that having fun has the potential to bring people together; we connect as humans without regard for caste, religion, or nationality.

    She believes that we can have more fun in life if we do something that "fills your life with more moments of playfulness, connection, and flow." "It is a distillation of life's energy," she says of fun, "and the more often we experience it, the more we will [feel] like we are alive."