Happiness is to have a home. Feel that you belong somewhere, to be safe.
To have friends who care, who want to hear how you really feel. They listen even if you say that not everything is on top.
Happiness is not having the most expensive house, car or thickest wallet.
True happiness, how hard can it be?
No, happiness is to see the beauty in non beauty, in the little and insignificant.
In that, what really is of no value, but which is invaluable in the eye of the observer.
Volunteers, Hanna & Anni together with little Yura in Friend’s House.