Monthly Archives: May 2017

looking forward to Happiness

Intractable: not easily controlled or directed; not docile or manageable; stubborn; obstinate; hard to shape or work with; hard to treat, relieve, or cure. Some moments consist of layers layered upon layers layered upon layers layered upon layers; fragmenting and … Continue reading

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Becoming Happiness

A. Passionate, stubborn, selfish lack of critical analysis. Or B. Arrogant, presumptuous, quixotic surplus of tangled bureaucracy. This is the choice we are consistently given. And after decades of choosing, despite the seemingly infinite and ever-growing mass of available knowledge… … Continue reading

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Unresolved Happiness

I cannot keep up with indisputable reality, so I search for surrogate realities that fit my personal ratiocination. The bureaucracy of government cannot keep up with indisputable reality, so the bureaucrat encourages the voter to search for personal yet compatible … Continue reading

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I am Happiness

I am a liar. Like two hooligans unknowingly caught in the act on camera, my left brain tells a different story than what my right brain experienced. And when confronted with the cinematic evidence, my left brain works very hard … Continue reading

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Synthesizing Happiness

I feel a need to expand on a thought from last week. When I said “faith and ignorance are the basis of spirituality,” I mean that faith and ignorance are inseparable and serve (respectively) as thesis and antithesis to the … Continue reading

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