I am very happy, if judged from a third-party perspective. I have absolutely no problems related to relationships, behaviour, health, finance, knowledge, etc. In fact, lately, I've been getting positive reception on many fronts.
But, I have examinations approaching. Further, my future prospects are rather cloudy. I'm not dull in studies, though, I just have problems, like being inferior in mathematics, not getting good tutoring, etc.
I am sure my exam will be fine or average, and that's all I want, but yet I have a certain tension. Further, I have pressure regarding my website. There's a lot of work I need to do and I've kept all that documented, but it feels like I'll never get enough time to accomplish that all, and each passing second I'm losing to competitors.
So, here's my question. Should I be content with short-term happiness and avoid thinking about long-term concerns?
If I judge exactly a single day of my life, then I must say I'm enjoying things a lot.
Note: In this question, being content isn't very different than being happy or satisfied. In fact, the difference in their meanings doesn't matter here.