To dare or not to dare
Looking for happiness in all the wrong places.
Try an experiment. Pick 10 random people and ask them how happiness looks like to them; what does it mean and take to be happy? Chances are, more than half -if not 3/4 of them- will invariably bring up success, achievement, and material possessions just to name a few. Surely these may bring pleasure, but with the pleasure of acquiring them comes the fear of loss, and with it, pain. If this is so, then what we experience when this happens is a form of conditional happiness…fleeting and ephemeris. The fact that we go through are lives with the belief that THIS is what happiness means is systemic. Think about…