Monthly Archives: September 2014

Standing Happiness

It is all about the friction. This week Life has been rubbing me the wrong way; its rhythms and harmonies are distant and discordant. That is my perspective. Others might say I have two left feet and my hearing is … Continue reading

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Happiness Lost

Early this morning, before sunrise, my Wife was driving me across town toward work when a large black dog against the backdrop of the black asphalt appeared before the car. We missed it. About six blocks further on we approached … Continue reading

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Dogging Happiness

Every day we are sold, we create, and we believe realities that are illogical, irrational, and incredibly unrealistic. From the narcissist who creates a world that revolves around them, to the rich who believe they deserve their wealth, to the … Continue reading

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Digging Happiness

Am I digging to discover something new and potentially valuable? Am I digging to create a distraction? Am I digging competitively? Am I digging to confirm the illusive nature of reality? Am I digging for beauty? Am I digging because … Continue reading

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Contradicting Happiness

How does one practice compassionate accountability? At first glance, it seems a multi-faceted contradiction – to hold one accountable for undelivered promises and inconsistent thought as encouraged Here, and to constructively help others overcome their problems and actively wish them … Continue reading

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