18 thoughts on “Happiness.”

  1. The secret of happiness is to ask yourself every day:
    (1) What’s good about my life?
    (2) What needs to be done?
    (3) How can I get this done and enjoy the process?

  2. A precarious balancing act, Ramana. When the balance tips I just start again. Unperturbed. That’s what one of my lucky fairies at the cradle bestowed on me.

    If you weren’t the star sign you are (and I only give lighthearted credo to astrology) then you’d be a Libran (as is the Angel and as was my beloved grandmother) – weighing things up, measured, always with an eye on the ball, throwing in a gram of this on the left, balancing out the pound on the right. Trapeze.


  3. Too little happiness is dismal, and leads to depression. Too much happiness leads to euphoria, a condition that just can’t be sustained. So yes, finding that balance is the ‘sweet spot’!

  4. Hi Rummy,

    I agree that Happiness is found in balance. In the balance of all things. One can’t be too good or too bad; one can’t be too humanitarian or too cruel; one can’t aspire to equality (this aspiration in itself creates a lack of equilibrium) cause there’s no such thing; one can’t seek to destroy only without constructing and one can’t seek to construct only without destroying. And so forth.

    In the middle lies virtue and happiness too 🙂 – and I am being cheeky now lol.


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