Now Spitzer and other philosophers managed to deduce happiness to four levels: The first level, is the happiness of sensual satisfaction, eg, I see the 15 oz steak, I eat the 15 oz steak, I'm happy. Though settling on this level of happiness leads straight to boredom, eg, I eat the steak, I'm happy, and I already forgot about the steak, now I need something else to stimulate me, something else to make me "happy", etc. Now we look at level two happiness which is pretty much self satisfaction and recognition, eg, I beat everyone in pool, I get recognition for being the best pool player in the pub, I'm happy. Now basing my life on this leads to three outcomes, one is I could always win at pool, I never loose, I become literally the best pool player world wide, now life becomes purely about winning, I have to win, if I don't win, I'll go crazy. Winning is all I strive for, and I become better than everyone else cause I always beat them, hence this leads to isolation, and depression for when I'm not bragging or being recognized. Now if I lost, and all you do is want to win and yet you always loose you begin to feel lower, angry and again, depressed cause you just can't win. Now if you draw, it leads to fear and parinoria, when in the match all you want is to win at ANY cost, and you fear tremendously of loosing. So these first two levels are flawed, but the next two lead to problems, some could say the fourth level doesn't even exist. First the third level, doing good for the sake of doing good, or in other words the transendentals (beauty (metaphysical beauty) truth, justice, unity and goodness.) When we have or see any of these things, it makes us happy. eg, I'm a social justice worker, I am doing good, providing justice etc, now if I base my life on this I would grow angry at the fact that even though my entire life has been based on lets just say helping people in Congo, I fix Congo, no more poverty or anything, I'm happy, but then I find out some other country is in even worse conditions and they just cconqueredcongo making it even worse, what was my life for, nothing, hence the fault in basing your life in level three (though isn't a fault, simply isn't an eternal happiness.) Now comes the fourth level of happiness and my question, does the fourth level of happiness exist. First off this happiness is basing your life on God, or in other words, like the social worker based Congo as his center, his purpose for justice goodness etc, my center becomes purely for God, my center becomes that of perfect justice, perfect truth, perfect beauty, perfect unity, and perfect goodness. Like Mother Theresa who said she saw God in all those she helped, she did it cause in everyone she helped she helped God, or so she claims. Now does this happiness exist?