Monthly Archives: October 2016

Happiness Endangered

Each of the following questions imply the inverse of itself, and where applicable, descriptors are interchangeable and/or different ones can be added. (In this context, we will partially define “admirable Life” as making contributions that have value beyond one’s descriptive … Continue reading

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Craven Happiness

Here upon a noonday dreary As I ponder weak and weary Asking of this Life… Whatever for? It seems so cold, obscure, and gray A welcome darkness lights my way I hear them laugh as if to say You should … Continue reading

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Restlessly Satisfied Happiness

Some days I am anxiously restless. Some days I am simply restless. Some days I am satisfyingly restless. And some days I am restlessly satisfied. By choice, I do not consciously experience complete satisfaction. At first glance this appears to … Continue reading

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Wanting Happiness

This week a bureaucrat charged me a $10 late fee partially because a separate autonomous bureaucracy got bogged down and under-performed, but mostly because I overestimated the consistency of bureaucracy performance and I underestimated the ability of the bureaucrat to … Continue reading

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Happiness Worth 1001 Words

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