Monthly Archives: May 2016

Evicting Happiness

It is a very difficult task, to live compassionately. For me, to move outside of my center to an extent that will allow another, (or others), to live beside me in a solitary cocoon of empathy and understanding can feel … Continue reading

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Ephemeral Happiness

Random Thoughts: It has been a mobile week. I have traveled 1,453 miles by air, 1,201 miles by vehicle, and 18.6 miles by foot. Parallels can be drawn from this perspective based on mode and speed of conveyance, to one’s … Continue reading

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Seeing Happiness

“Darkness is impossible to remember. Consequently [explorers] desire to return to those unseen depths where they have just been. It is an addiction. No one is ever satisfied. Darkness never satisfies. Especially if it takes something away which it almost … Continue reading

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Happiness Fractured

Last week, while exploring misanthropy, I stumbled across a logical circularity implying that if one harbors hate or resentment for all aspects or any aspect of humankind, those feelings must (and will) naturally reflect back on the individual; though when … Continue reading

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