Monthly Archives: August 2017

Improving Happiness

Subservient: serving or acting in a subordinate capacity; servile; excessively submissive; obsequious. Obsequious: compliant or deferential; obedient; dutiful; fawning. A desire to control is a natural, human urge. But to work at exercising control over any realm beyond the boundaries … Continue reading

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Fantasystastic Happiness

Today I was walking south on 9th Street and, just before entering one of my lunch launch hunt haunts, I passed what felt like a Mother and her college Daughter. I took note of the daughter, and nodded to Mom … Continue reading

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Happiness, “on many sides”

For several months now, like a pinball in the hands of a dark wizard, I have caromed from feeling angry to incredulous to mystified to amused; from bumper to bumper to bumper in a constant, random, chaotic concatenation of disappointment. … Continue reading

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Mission: Happiness

Our Mission is to educate the overprivileged so they may better serve the affluent in order to maintain class distinction. I have not seen this mission statement in any form or context, within any institution of higher learning; yet I … Continue reading

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Privileged Happiness

This week I was asked to do a self-evaluation. I did. It was flattering. Or, at least, that was my intent. Would anyone intentionally portray themselves in a less than flattering light? Does anyone aspire to be thought a moron? … Continue reading

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