Monthly Archives: August 2012

Ordering Happiness

The idea of moving from ‘order to disorder’ or ‘simplicity to complexity’ is fascinating. For me (and I believe for many others) it succinctly describes the direction that we do move through time. One cannot erase experience. We may not … Continue reading

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Guarding Happiness

Solitude – at times a welcome respite from the clamor of daily existence; at other times a cramped and lonely cell from which screams cannot escape. A scream is difficult for others to interpret and understand. When I scream from … Continue reading

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Approving Happiness

This week I tripped over a spectrum in my search for Truth, Wisdom, and Happiness. Dazed but unhurt, I picked myself up and (though I never reached the extreme in either direction) traveled some distance in both directions, identifying one … Continue reading

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Happiness Left Behind

If I were to depart from this world today, what intangibles would I leave behind? What kind of legacy? Or perhaps more importantly, would I be satisfied with the exoteric goodness I have left in my wake? (Alright – I … Continue reading

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Centered Happiness

So many questions – Big Questions. It seems we touch upon them every week. Truth? Wisdom? Purpose? Inner Peace? Exoteric Goodness? I want to know. What are they? How and/or where do I find them? Why are they ‘Big Questions?’ … Continue reading

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