Monthly Archives: February 2016

Damn Happiness

If I take off my glasses, hold my breath, squint my eyes, and scrunch my brain just so, magic happens. That red six of spades first morphs into hearts, then changes colors, then reverses itself, before finally settling into an … Continue reading

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Applying for Happiness

Job Advertised: We are looking for qualified candidates to fill the position of Contributing Humanitarian. This is an unpaid, volunteer position that (additionally) does not require personal monetary contributions. All applicants will be rated on a scale of 0 to … Continue reading

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Hands-on Happiness

How do I describe something that is nothing and everything folded into one singular microscopic infinity? It is a disturbing, (yet not altogether unpleasant), feeling—this inner anomaly that is concurrently growing and shrinking; taking wing and putting down roots; exploding … Continue reading

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Attached to Happiness

I would like to think that thought is cohesive and coherent within or without corporeal attachment. I would like to think that pure, unencumbered, unattached thought is Light; and Energy. If this is so, the closest an individual entity, living … Continue reading

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Losing Happiness

This week, after the Carolina Panthers Super Bowl loss, Cam Newton said, “I’ve been on record to say I’m a sore loser. Who likes to lose? Show me a good loser and I’ll show you a loser.” My instinctive response … Continue reading

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