Monthly Archives: July 2017

Happiness, in motion

Peace, must be In motion… Active… Vibrant… Living. I have been told, that, To float, is pleasant; I never learned to float But I have grown accustomed to sinking …and flailing …then working my way, back To the surface, where … Continue reading

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Bettering Happiness

From Bradley W. Schenck’s work of fiction, Slaves of the Switchboard of Doom: “G-94VA’s discomfort became acute and acquired an entirely new flavor. It’s difficult to describe, to humans, the emotions that a robot feels in a situation like this. … Continue reading

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A Market for Happiness

This week I had occasion to write and send the following email: It could be convincingly argued that in the context of “ALL” past, present, and future, there is only inconsequentiality. Yet within this realm of ALL, there is the … Continue reading

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Happiness, indeed

I am appreciative of our President; and if his unwavering insistence on blow-drying each and every Presidential utterance is more than simple tumescent inexperience, I may even be proud of him. Knowingly or not, he has brought into the light … Continue reading

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Proportional Happiness

Below is an entire bookstore as sectioned by the retail gods of proportional profits. Below this list are some personal observations. 1 Antiques & Collectibles 3 Art 5 Crafts & Hobbies 2 Wedding/Etiquette 1 Beauty & Fashion 1 Exercise & … Continue reading

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