Monthly Archives: February 2017

99.9% Happiness

I love a good analogy. This week I am reading “10% Human: How Your Body’s Microbes Hold the Key to Health and Happiness.” This fascinating book, written by Alanna Collen, is taking me on a compelling and thought-provoking journey from … Continue reading

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Tomato Based Happiness

For as long as I can remember, I have been working to turn subjectivity into objectivity; with very limited success. I have had no success turning lead into gold either; though I understand it is possible. I have however, turned … Continue reading

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Undemonstrative Happiness

From the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy: “Classical Foundationalism holds that there are two kinds of belief: basic beliefs and non-basic beliefs. The basic beliefs are rational even when not held on the basis of other beliefs, whereas non-basic beliefs are … Continue reading

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Happiness in Reverse

It took one week for Donald Trump to do something stupid. Against all counsel, (because he did not seek any), he spread his new wings, flew past conventional process, and from 10,000 feet shat on the U.S. Constitution, creating confusion … Continue reading

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Happiness at a Crossroads

February 1, 2017. For a few months now… Until last night… Once or (maybe) twice a week, it was like a single live wire, bare at the end, and one or two or three quick jabs as if the voltage … Continue reading

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