Monthly Archives: October 2015

Driving Happiness

This morning, I woke up angry. I showered angry. I walked to work angry. I logged on to my computer angry. I yelled inside my head that conversations today were on a needs-only basis, because I was angry!!! …Then someone … Continue reading

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The Happiness of Futility

Last week I wrote a brief history of humanity, placing it on a scale that approximates a present-day life span of 70 years. On this scale, my personal Lifetime will likely account for somewhere between 5 and 8 hours. This … Continue reading

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A History of Happiness

If we place human divergence / origination some 7,000,000 years ago, and if we assume (by rounding) a human life span of 70 years, then the math becomes easy to follow when we look at human history on a life … Continue reading


Happiness, too late

If I were to make a request of death, I would respectfully ask that it come too late. Of course death won’t be influenced; and if death hears, death laughs. So I must make too-late, now. There are those who … Continue reading

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Judicious Happiness

I grew up hearing “If you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything at all.” Though the results are similar, in practice, I believe that “If you can’t say anything truthful AND productive, don’t say anything at all” more accurately … Continue reading

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