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Nonetheless, joy, according to her, is more important than pleasure, which is often just a passing feeling. Smith goes as far as to assert that joy in one’s life makes the colors brighter and life more beautiful.
The essay by Zadie Smith has persuaded me to believe that pleasure is what a person experiences at a particular time. It is not long-term and can be trivial as it is quickly forgotten. There is only instant gratification to the person who is living through it. I am convinced that the main way of distinguishing joy and pleasure is assessing if there are feelings of terror or dread of the feeling coming to an end. Where there is such a feeling, then the person is experiencing joy. Further, where one feels worthless or desolate after losing the thing that made them happy, then they were experiencing joy. In the event, many people pursue pleasure, which is fleeting and not joy; whose loss leads to desperation and feelings of helplessness. Finally, I agree with Smith when she asserts that things that hurt are worth having, as they bring a significant measure of
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