Happiness is Bliss

Scholarship Entrant: Rosalin from Clermont, Florida
Essay Question: If you could earn a living doing what you love most, what would it be, and how would it change the world? Describe the specific goals you would set to make that dream a reality.
Vote for Rosalin: 8

To earn a living by making individuals smile would mean the world to me. Personally, I wake up hoping to make many individuals smile throughout the day. To make that a dream a reality I attend USF. I plan on furthering my education at a pharmacy school in fall of 2015. I intend to create an FDA approved drug with side effects of happiness only. I feel as though many drugs on the market have harmful side effects. My theory is what if there was a drug that created happiness in every aspect of life. Maintaining happiness and many other emotions may be all about neurochemicals that work as receptors in the brain’s cells. Several neurochemicals are involved in the mind-brain connection that helps keep us happy. Once we find and maintain happiness, we can feel its physical effects. Laughing produces endorphins, leading to more wholesome feelings. Not to forget, when we’re happy, we’re less stressed, so we’re not affected by all of the destruction stress can do to our bodies and minds. Individuals are probably more likely to be active too and since obesity is the leading cause of preventable death in the U.S, this drug would be a cure.

Vote for Rosalin: 8

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