Monthly Archives: June 2014

Wildly Happy

“In wildness is the preservation of the world” … “How near to good is what is wild!” … “Life consists with wildness. The most alive is the wildest.” -From Henry David Thoreau’s essay “Walking”. Thoreau wrote this essay and delivered … Continue reading

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Quantum Happiness

The apparatus that defines me is typically not of my choosing; even when it is. I believe this to be true of each of us. Those who believe they have created or are creating, controlling, defining, or leading an apparatus … Continue reading

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Minding Happiness

Last week I encouraged an active humility defined as confident uncertainty, and further typified by one who a) knows what and when they don’t know, b) readily acknowledges how little they do know, c) is truthful with oneself and with … Continue reading

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Exposing Happiness

I have come to think of active humility as confident uncertainty – One must know when and what they don’t know, acknowledge how little they do know, be truthful with oneself and with others, and seek possible answers. As frequently … Continue reading

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