W e are often reminded to be mindful when we are suffering negative emotions, but it is also important to remain mindful when experiencing good feelings. If we are not mindful of what is making us feel good, it most certainly leads to suffering again. When something creates a pleasant emotion, we must remain mindful as to not become attached to our desire for this feeling, nor to be dis-eased when we realize the feeling is impermanent. The reality is that everything is impermanent, and if we become attached to something because it makes us feel good, we are setting ourselves up for suffering. As with addiction, we may also become attached to something that “makes us feel good.” If we are mindful when we feel good, we begin to learn about what makes us happy, and how our attachments and desires may bring pain.