What gives you joy? When did you last really experience it? Why do you think that was?
Joy may sometimes seem like such a profound feeling and yet we normally find it in the simplest of things. I remember feeling pure joy when I watched my toddlers playing (many years ago now). Their simple enjoyment of life translated into a feeling of perfect happiness for me. Sometimes I may notice a seemingly perfect view in nature and experience the joy of knowing that everything is just how it should be.
I don’t believe that joy is something that can be chased or looked for, it is just there in the simplicity of the moment or the purity of the experience. So maybe the answer is not to look, but to feel and experience instead.
And maybe the easiest way to do that, as an adult, is to connect to our inner child. To most children, life is simply there to be lived. Children will naturally discover fun and pleasure in the simplest of activities. Maybe we should take a leaf out of their book, and cast our cares and concerns aside for a time, whilst we engage in the joy of life.