Monthly Archives: November 2013

Doing Happiness

Q – What then must we do? A – More. (1) Draw a circle (with a pencil), say, 5 inches in diameter. (2) Write your name, or simply ‘ME’ inside the circle, large enough to fill the circle. (3) Now … Continue reading

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Bridging Happiness

“Sometimes a god comes. He brings a new way to do a thing, or a new thing to be done. A new kind of singing, or a new kind of death. He brings this across the bridge between the dream-time … Continue reading

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Unsubsidized Happiness

What happens when an organization’s inefficiencies overtake and surpass its efficiencies? According to organizational economic theory the organization will either add/improve efficiencies to regain balance, or scale back its operations to regain preexisting efficiencies and restore a healthier bottom line; … Continue reading

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The Burden of Happiness

If it weren’t for me, I would not be a very nice person; (as it is, there are days…). It is true that there are many forces influencing my desire to be pleasant; from physical discomforts and ailments to dealing … Continue reading

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Working Toward Happiness

Last week (with tongue firmly planted in cheek) I claimed that everyone in existence, with the single exception of me, is a Zombie. So what was the point? Some may believe it was an exaggeration presented to invalidate the concept … Continue reading

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