Monthly Archives: November 2017

Happiness, unfinished

Two weeks ago I quoted the following passage from “The Silk Roads: A New History of the World” written by Peter Frankopan: “Although Europeans might have thought they were discovering primitive civilisations and that this was why they could dominate … Continue reading

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Acumenical Happiness

There is a segment of our population made up of individuals who are not only intimidated by greater intelligence and by science, but who would also go to great lengths to avoid such matters. This week, our president cancelled a … Continue reading

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Potent Happiness

I am (slowly) making my way through “The Silk Roads: A New History of the World” written by Peter Frankopan. Following are selections from Chapter 13, “The Road to Northern Europe.” Referencing the Incas of the 16th century: “In the … Continue reading

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Leaving Happiness

After three years of employment, it is difficult to continue working for an organization that cares less about quality and process integrity than what a $10 per hour, part-time employee does. Yes, as a representative of the organization, it is … Continue reading

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A Spark of Happiness

On this dreary Monday morning, with a chill in the air, I am feeling an electrical susurration in my gut. A visceral response to my realization that this week I have come to a pivotal moment; a turning point of … Continue reading

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