Monthly Archives: September 2015

Processing Happiness

“Not the truth in whose possession any man is, or thinks he is, but the honest effort he has made to find out the truth, is what constitutes the worth of man.” –Gotthold Ephraim Lessing (1729-1781) To believe in the … Continue reading

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Re-Invigorating Happiness

The following quotes are not exact quotes, but they are an accurate representation of the progression of responses I received as I’ve worked through a recent/ongoing health challenge. These observations do not in any way detract from the quality of … Continue reading

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Uninspired Happiness

From dictionary.com – Accomplishment: 1. An act or instance of carrying into effect; fulfillment; 2. Something done admirably or creditably; 3. Anything accomplished; deed; achievement; 4. Any acquired ability or knowledge. This week I have been rather lethargic and uninspired. … Continue reading

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Lamentable Happiness

The following is modeled after Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s The Rime of the Ancient Mariner (Part 1 and Part 2) with exact (or very near) quotes denoted by quotation marks and italics. The Lament of the Ancient Derelict Part 1 1. … Continue reading

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