Monthly Archives: September 2013

Doubting Happiness

Each day I work at translating my Life – my daily actions – into something meaningful and worthwhile. Many days I am confounded; most often, not as I go through my day, but at the end of the day looking … Continue reading

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Happiness on Hiatus

I have nothing this week. Which, if you’ve been paying attention, means that I have something. I just need to find it. I’ve been distracted this week by 200+ chigger bites obtained on a picnic in a state park. I … Continue reading

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Keeping Happiness Real

There is no such thing as this world. In the moment that I think of this world, it has changed. And in each moment and with each thought it changes again, into something new and different and potentially wondrous. In … Continue reading

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Swarming Happiness

One morning this week I awoke to a loud buzzing. Before I opened my eyes it was almost as if I could feel the syncopated vibration of thousands of tiny wings inside my head. A second before I opened my … Continue reading

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Thinking About Happiness

This week I have been thinking about the good guys and the bad guys. Are you one of the good guys? Who are the bad guys? Would they say they’re the good guys? Does that make you one of the … Continue reading

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