Monthly Archives: June 2016

Relaxing with Happiness

I have observed that one of my (not infrequent) fallback forms of relaxation is to talk about how hard I work. I have observed the same in others. It feels that our preferred (and natural) state is moving more and … Continue reading

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Reckless Happiness

There is gradual change (characteristic of much of one’s life), and then there are definitive moments, (in which one can clearly see a “before” and an “after”). “Before the birth of our daughter…” “After we moved to Louisiana…” “Since we … Continue reading

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Counting on Happiness

One, two, four, five, seven, six, nine, ten, eleven, thirteen, twelve… In recent weeks I have discovered that this is how some people count. My workload has recently increased, but the hours I am available to work, have not. So … Continue reading

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Shocking Happiness

Late last week, I had a difficult and disturbing dream. A stainless steel dinner fork was being held to my ribs on my left side. It was being maneuvered in a way to find entry between my ribs so as … Continue reading

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