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How You “Experience” Happiness

About 2,500 years ago, the Buddha stated that unhappiness is the result of ignorance. 2,289 years later, in 1781, the great Western philosopher Imannuel Kant, in his Critique of Pure Reason, agreed that humans are indeed ignorant (although happiness wasn’t his...

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May I Bring Joy to Others

If you aren’t bringing joy to other people, what are you doing? What’s the point of living? Isn’t there enough negativity and toxicity in the world? Why add to that? What good could it possibly do? All you do is reinforce the idea of a crappy world....

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Meditation Slogan #2: May I Be Happy

Happiness is a choice. Yet it’s not so simple as to wake up one day and declare “I choose to be happy” and then expect it to happen. It takes real work. Thankfully, I know what makes me happy. As should you. Unfortunately, what most people believe...

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Living, and Dying, on Your Terms

Living, and Dying, on Your Terms

If you knew you were dying, how would you contemplate your life now? What would you think about? What would you regret? What would you celebrate? If you can sit back, reflect, and declare that you’ve done things your way, that you lived on your terms under the...

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Where to Look “Now” For Happiness

Where to Look “Now” For Happiness

I tend to believe that happiness is more uncovered than found. Happiness is like the sun behind the clouds. It’s there, but the clouds have to clear before you can see it. And what are the clouds that have to clear? Memories of the past, plans for the future,...

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