Monthly Archives: February 2013

Happiness and Hurt and Hope

Is it possible to ‘Let Go of the Hurt’ and ‘Embrace the Hurt’ simultaneously? Everyone hurts. Some may not acknowledge or notice the hurt, but that is not the same as Letting Go of the Hurt. Some may hurt more … Continue reading

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Interactive Happiness

Writing this week I have confronted multiple false starts. I have been working on tying Human Interaction to Happiness based on some mutually constructive learning experienced this week. But each time I write a few paragraphs and re-read them they … Continue reading

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Hard-Earned Happiness

Faith. I ended a recent post with the following thought: “Faith canot be a shortcut, simply there to justify part-time spirituality.” I found this week that this applies not only to spirituality, but also to empirical exoteric goodness. There are … Continue reading

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Righteous Happiness

Pride – a high or inordinate opinion of one’s own dignity, importance, merit, or superiority, whether as cherished in the mind or as displayed in bearing, conduct, etc. Righteous – 1. characterized by uprightness or morality; a righteous observance of … Continue reading

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