Monthly Archives: March 2014

Revaluing Happiness

Last week I said, “Business relationships are built through market transactions using market currencies.” I would like to extend that thought. Business relationships, market transactions, and market currencies were originally established to satisfy the needs of a community for basic … Continue reading

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Devaluing Happiness

Last week I made the following observation: On a broad scale, (for example a bureaucracy), our basis for reason is not right and wrong; it is not fairness; it is not justice; it is not ethical behavior; it is varying … Continue reading

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Concierge Happiness

Following is my interpretation of a notice received from my Doctor this week: Dear Patient: You are a commodity; that is – an article to be used for trade leading to profit. I will (as much as I can) couch … Continue reading

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Deliriously Happy

OBSERVATION: On a broad scale, (for example a bureaucracy), our basis for reason is not right and wrong; it is not fairness; it is not justice; it is not ethical behavior; it is varying combinations and degrees of money and … Continue reading

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Cumbersome Happiness

Alexander the Great said, “If all were of one mind, the cosmos would stand still.” I believe he was encouraging evolution through doubt, disagreement, and questioning, and not predicting the degree of specialization so prevalent in (it seems) every industry … Continue reading

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