‘If it feels good do it’ This is the modern mantra for happiness. Happiness lies in doing what one feels is good. May be Nike adopted the ‘Just do it’ cliche for this very reason. Some forty years back Calcutta awoke with walls painted in red or in some other color I do not remember but the message was wide and clear 'if you feel good in wearing Nike shoes, buy them'. It is one thing to advertise for a product this way and different thing to make it a happiness mantra. On a general note, there seems nothing wrong in doing what makes you feel good and thereby happy. Resources permitting: visit places, buy new car, redecorate the house and likewise. One may feel good in sitting for hours in a religious discourse and yet another in watching an adult movie. It that makes them happy, so be it. Gita advises the opposite. That which feels good while doing can be cause of our misery later. The real test of what is good or not good is the after effect. Resources may permit to do anything but as Azim Premji of Wipro said, money does not interest him. He is known for his philanthropy. There are other guys with huge money bags but continued running after it and now police is running after them. Similarly attending a religious discourse has profound effect on our character as opposed to watching adult movies. The first gives lasting pleasure and the second momentary pleasure and lasting misery. So, if it feels good, do it remembering at the same time that it should last long.