"You've got everything you want. How could you be so unhappy?" I don't understand why we equate having money with being happy. You can live in a three story mansion, be married with 2 children and have two dogs. You can have nice green grass and a white picket fence. You can have maids and... Continue Reading →
Popular Culture: Just be happy. Perceived Fool: Hey, great idea. Let me just flip on that happy switch. Oh! All better now! Thanks for saving me! Popular Culture: Love yourself. Perceived Fool: Oh yeah. I must have forgotten. Let me hit that "love yourself" switch. Presto! Popular Culture: Stop being depressed. Perceived Fool: You... Continue Reading →
We often tell others how to think, feel, and live coming from a simplistic view of humanity. We might do this not because we are stupid or mean, but because we don't know or understand ourselves or why we are here. So we tell others how to do life based on how little we understand... Continue Reading →
There are only two choices we can make in life and we have to make these choices everyday: To love or to judge. How happy we are is contingent upon which choice we make.
I often hear others say that it's not fair that sociopaths are so happy and it's always the good people who have to suffer as their victims. The myth of the happy sociopath might have to do with the false beliefs that were ingrained in us since we were children on what happiness means. A... Continue Reading →