Monthly Archives: January 2012

Silent Happiness

Obscurity or Prominence? The question for me is not ‘does anyone hear the tree fall?’, but rather ‘if no one’s there, should we care?’ Recently I have written about inner peace and exoteric goodness and how these other-worldly (outside of … Continue reading


Recognizing Happiness

James Baldwin said, “People who shut their eyes to reality simply invite their own destruction, and anyone who insists on remaining in a state of innocence long after that innocence is dead turns himself into a monster.” After censoring 3 … Continue reading

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Importance and Happiness

Here on we have maintained from the beginning that Consistent Long-Lasting Happiness (CLH) is hopeless and increasing the frequency and length of our ‘moments’ of Happiness (Relative Momentary Happiness or RMH) is the best we can hope for. We … Continue reading


Other-Worldly Happiness

The Philosopher Epictetus (55 – 135 CE), said that nothing can truly be taken from us. He maintained that inner peace begins when we stop saying “I have lost it” and instead say “it has been returned to where it … Continue reading