Tag Archives: happiness
Life philosophy is an interesting subject to try and study in a practical sense. When I’m intentionally trying to build strength, I might do push-ups, squats, or other exercises designed to target a specific muscle group. If I wanted to … Continue reading
I’d like to play a game. It’s a card game that I’ve invented to illustrate a concept that’s been bothering me about life. The concept is difficult to describe in words, so I invented a highly simplified model in the … Continue reading
I don’t believe in astrology. Telling the future through astronomy, playing the lottery and hoping to win, and predicting stock prices all belong in the same intellectual slop bucket in my opinion. However, I find it fun to look up … Continue reading
I’m reading Epictetus – The Art of Living, A New Interpretation by Sharon Lebell. More correctly, I read it in a few hours, and I’m referring to it and re-reading it often ever since. In my opinion, this book is … Continue reading
So this is Christmas, and what have you done? I’ve discovered the meaning of life, at least for me. Rather, I’ve started down my path toward discovering my purpose and learning to be successful. Recently I’ve been doing a lot … Continue reading
Australian comedian Ronnie Johns was on to something when he told Australians they need to harden the fuck up. In modern culture it is more acceptable than ever to be a wimp, a whiner, or a complainer.
In one of my past posts on happiness, I mentioned that I was having a midlife crisis at twenty five. I periodically suffer sudden and severe episodes of depression that last for months. What bothers me about my depression is … Continue reading