Monthly Archives: December 2012

Resolving Happiness

I would be closer to Wisdom if I could perceive me as others perceive me. Therefore, I must be as open and functionally transparent as circumstances allow. If I err, I believe it should be on the side of transcendent … Continue reading

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Happy Christmas Revisited

Twas the night before Christmas, when I was a kid Now my memories are stirring; nostalgia undid My letter was posted to Santa with flare, With hopes that were eagerly floating on air. All snuggled in bed, unable to sleep … Continue reading

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A Fool for Happiness

A conformist is a fool for blithely and unquestioningly conforming. A non-conformist is a fool because the conformist says so; and (unfortunately) majority perception is reality. So the non-conformist fool can either remain as such, or become a conformist fool, … Continue reading

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Creative Happiness

Leftover thoughts from last week … So it seems that in various ways throughout these posts I have equated ‘beyond words’ with transcendental. I believe that is an oversimplification. ‘Beyond Words’ is an important identifier for ‘transcendental possibility’ and may … Continue reading

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Conceptualizing Happiness

‘Last week‘ I considered the relationship between uninhibited truthfulness and reality, and I determined that the interpretation / emphasis / impact of uninhibited truthfulness would vary with each individual perspective. I also stated that empirical reality could provide some common … Continue reading

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