What are some things to like about life?
Items that delight the senses e.g. baked goods for smelling, savory foods for tasting, music for listening, beauty for gazing, warmth for feeling.
Conversing with close friends e.g. reminiscing about shared experiences, inside jokes, evaluating and debating, giggling about nonsense.
Creating or building e.g. essays, craft projects, works of wood, kits and cakes.
Discovery and finding novelty e.g. new creators, new movies, new tools, new places, new recipes.
Falling in love e.g. with people, places, and things. A new artist, a new town or restaurant, a new tool.
Solving riddles e.g. seeing a solution to a previously unanswerable question.
Collecting and using tools e.g. woodworking equipment, computers, text-editors, pencils, pots & pans.
Immersion in stories e.g. merry romps and tales of intrigue – laughter and amusement in comedy and drama.
Playing games e.g. participation in frivolous activity, camaraderie through competition and teamwork, feeling like a winner.
Growth and adventure and the sensation of time-pressure e.g. going from novice to skillful from start to finish – with the motivation of time-pressure encouraging you to go, go, go.
Therefore, with all these things to enjoy, if you’re not focused on aspects you like about life, you’re doing it wrong.