Today has frankly been a good deal more trying than yesterday...in any number of ways.
I wanted to ask you about happiness....what does it take.
not necessarily in this or any order...I should alphabetise but I am too darn worn out
Time and space for thought and reflection
Close access to the natural world
Enough cash to not have to worry about feeding and housing the kids...clothes, I can handle worrying about that, but food and shelter....
Not too many freaking chores/hassles/stupid little bureaucratic @Q#($#*&(*sh*t
something delicious to eat, look at, feel, smell whatever....now and then
having little enough to REALLY enjoy what you do have.
Sometimes when I am sailing just being there
Intellectual challenge, it's gotta be there as well.
Challenge of most any sort.
Oh my, well,
The hedonists thought it was a matter of pure pleasure seeking. The Stoics thought it was a matter of accepting what cannot be changed and enjoying everything else the epicurists think that we need liberty, reflection and I think it was friends, but I was having trouble following the Catalan voice over video...and it is far too late at night to look it up.
SO, what's it take?
What'cha gotta do?
Call Ghost busters?
What makes you deep down overwhelmingly happy?