“Heraclitus would shed tears whenever he went out in public — Democritus laughed. One saw the whole as a parade of miseries, the other of follies. And so, we should take a lighter view of things and bear them with an easy spirit, for it is more human to laugh at life than to lament it.”— Seneca, On Tranquility of Mind, 15.2
Happy/crappy — even though both of them rhyme, they have polar opposite meanings. It’s next to impossible to feel both these emotions at the same time.
But it’s good to keep in mind that there is more humor than hate to be found in almost every situation that we encounter in this journey called life. And of course, one is far more productive and life-giving than the other.