The Good Life II.

No, I refuse to be apologetic about sequels and synchronicity. I had just completed responding to all the comments that I have received so far on my post The Good Life, when I received a mail from a friend who had read the post and responded with this video

My GD reads my posts so she will read this too but just to be safe, I have sent it to her by email too.

15 thoughts on “The Good Life II.”

  1. I like the video very much. It helps me feel more smug about my preferring personal charity over collective charity. What is missing is whether or not it is possible to achieve happiness by spending someone else’s money on charity.
    Looney recently posted..Why Evil Exists.

    1. It does not have money Grannymar. You give of yourself as we all know well and that is tougher than just parting with money.

  2. one of my favorite quotes is . . .
    “whoever said you can’t buy happiness forgot about little puppies!”
    although i have never ‘bought’ a dog in my whole life and i have had many. they find me. and need me. and they are mine. they have been mutts (except for one little golden cocker spaniel and my zeke – the polish lowland sheepdog) but even they were both rescues. so… even though i like the quote ~ i guess i don’t necessarily live by it. sometimes it feels like our entire country has turned into the Me Generation! this was a good video.
    tammy j recently posted..a happy puppy

  3. Excellent video, & so true. Money can bring happiness through security & a good lifestyle, but you must use it wisely. I have it all worked out, so to save anyone a lot of grief, if you win the lotto, send the money to me 🙂
    Regards, Keith.
    Keith recently posted..Thoughts on Wearing a Shirt.

  4. Great video! We little kiddies love the colors as well as the message.

    My latest post is how a simple $0.99 iPad app has just brought me happiness. In a way it was spent on another person in addition to being for a new experience — I’m using it to do the insurance paperwork for replacing a lot of Andy’s tools. I mean anyone who can find happiness doing grubby paperwork has learned something in life!
    Cheerful Monk recently posted..More “Not Agin ‘Em All”

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