Monthly Archives: September 2016

Happiness Divided

Eccentric: Unusual, peculiar, odd, or strange; distinctive in nature or character. Normal: Regular; conforming to the standard. I am divided. I would like to be distinctive, but not peculiar. I don’t mind being a regular guy, but I don’t want … Continue reading

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Reconnecting Happpiness

“So back then it was, but now it’s not?” “No. Now it is, but back then it wasn’t.” “But you said it was.” “It was. But it got too late, too soon; and then what was, wasn’t.” “And so that … Continue reading

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Happiness Worth 1000 Words

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Ostensibly Happy

From seemingly nothing… …to active hope. Yet each day, I wake up hungry. And most days I work hard to learn and I work hard to be productive. Yet many days, I wake up ravenous. Because many days I wake … Continue reading

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Hinting at Happiness

PART 1: Defining Moments From the Moment of Birth to the Moment of Death, we undergo Indoctrination. From the first Moment of Conscious Understanding to the Moment of Death, we undergo Education. From the first Moment of Responsibility to the … Continue reading

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