Happy is as happy does.
And happy does what happy thinks.
So what thinks Happy?
Happy thinks: What good is a rhetorical question if it never gets answered?
Let's all say it together: "Hmmmmmmmmm."
The point of a rhetorical question is to THINK. Solving a problem with a solution is great if one wants to build a bridge. Thinking about a problem builds bridges between concepts, thereby forming connections never previously conceived.
And as Aristotle said: Happiness is knowledge....
But if happiness is knowledge and ignorance is bliss then is it possible to be blissfully happy? (Oh no! Another rhetorical question!)