We all honor our own innate ideals of happiness. Our conception of "the good life." Composing and recomposing our lives around this archetype of euphoria. But that's the thing.
“You must never confuse faith that you will prevail in the end — which you can never afford to lose — with the discipline to confront the most brutal facts of your current reality.”– VIETNAM WAR. ADMIRAL JAMES STOCKDALE Do you want to know the one reason you’re not happy right now? It’s because you’re... Continue Reading →
Hi everyone, I want to talk about some acts of kindness today. Recently, I have been observing some small things that make people happy and this made me think that being kind may not be hard after all. The acts of kindness that I want to talk about today all involve reminding them that you... Continue Reading →
Hi everyone, I hope you all had a good week! I had a good one and I have been having good weeks lately and I want to talk about why. Spoiler: Routines made a big change on how my weeks turn out to be. I have always had this perfect life in my mind where... Continue Reading →
How would you illustrate what it means to do a good thing gladly and with pleasure, as distinguished from doing the same thing with reluctance, pain, and a sense of loss?
Hi everyone, I hope you all had a happy week! Even if you didn’t, we will talk about happiness today, so we will end it happy. Maybe. Up until recent years, I had decided that happiness was the goal of life. We go through all ups and downs so one day we can learn how... Continue Reading →
Obviously technical skills are important in life. But it's other qualities that make you a good person, a good human being. Someone, in other words, who leads a good life. Does the question seem random? In fact, it's intrinsically connected with the pursuit of humane and skillful wisdom. I'll follow up on this question in... Continue Reading →
Provided by Anthony Garner from https://zenothestoic.com/ I believe on any number of counts, including personal experience, that we have the power to choose to be happy but that the road is not altogether straightforward. Our philosopher friends would tell us that happiness is a “quale” – one of a number of different “qualia” which we humans can... Continue Reading →
By Ellen Jayne | Welcome to your life: Whether it's a good day or bad day, it doesn't really matter. They've all started to fade together and you've realized the years have slipped through your fingertips.
Hi everyone, One of our higher goals in life as human beings is to find happiness, however we define it. We are always in search of it. We make decisions to achieve happiness. We choose a job over the other because it is more likely to bring us happiness. Maybe it will provide more money... Continue Reading →
Hi all, I want to talk about tiredness today. Specifically, how tiredness is closely tied to the mind. According to some, some (or most or all) illnesses are caused by psychological issues. Illnesses are reflections of underlying psychological problems. I also believe that at least some illnesses are like this. However, my point today is... Continue Reading →
Hi all, I hope everyone is doing great! I want to talk about happiness today because this summer has marked the break-down point of a change that has been going on for a while in my understanding of the concept. I think I have been trying to redefine what happiness is for me for quite... Continue Reading →
Those are some very interesting dots because they represent different things for different people. For some it’s a fat bank account, for others it’s a walk into the nature. Happiness is a journey, a destination and a forbidden word. It’s everything and nothing. For some it’s sweat and pain towards something whilst for others it’s... Continue Reading →
Provided by WSB from Livin On Blog: https://livingon.home.blog/ The need to be happy is a need that consumes many, if not all people. We all want to be happy, More specifically we all want to be in a constant state of happiness. We love and fear happiness. We love happiness because it's uplifting... Continue Reading →
The one constant we all have in our life, are our problems. We all have many different problems we have to face day in and day out... Like solving your health problems, finding a job, getting the car fixed, meeting the deadline for a report, blah blah blah. The list of problems we have are... Continue Reading →
I remember I posted this video a while back and I find it even more powerful and insightful when I watched it today. We want happiness without knowing what it means and most of the time we’re sad because we can’t get that. We confuse having things with happiness when actually things bring joy (at... Continue Reading →
This is a question not easy to answer. We are used to place this happiness into so many people and things that we might forget one essential thing: we are responsible for our own happiness. But what does this mean? In my opinion, this means that we shouldn’t wait for someone else to... Continue Reading →
I think that this is the feelings we have most of the time. Why? Simply because we encounter problems almost everyday of our lives. But this is ok. Everybody has problems. You might be a cashier or you might be Elon Musk and you’ll still have problems. The only difference is that they are... Continue Reading →
I was going to say intelligence instead of number of thoughts, but it’s a subject way too big to be fitted in a simple post. I’ve heard in many places that dumb people are happier. Is that true? If so, why is it true? What defines a person to be dumb? According to The... Continue Reading →