Monthly Archives: December 2014

Happiness, Come Hither

Beauty. I could make a list. I could upload images. I could argue that beauty is in anything (and everything) of significance. I could draw to mind ugliness, and define beauty comparatively. I could find my way to beauty through … Continue reading

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A Fat and Happy Christmas

Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the land Many people were saying, it’s not what we planned; The bank bags were stuffed with obscene market share, In hopes that the Brink’s truck soon would be there; Shareholders were … Continue reading

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Scattering Happiness

I know I have submitted more than one post consisting chiefly of random thoughts. And I have submitted multiple posts that have taken sudden changes in direction, perhaps giving an impression of aimless wandering; (though I believe in most cases … Continue reading

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Unrevealed Happiness

With the help of Jean-Paul Sartre and Leonard Cohen, this week I discovered that I am two different individuals: 1) I am the person I see myself to be as seen by me when no one is watching, and 2) … Continue reading

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