Thursday Threesome: Happy Thanksgiving 2003!
Onesome. Happy. When you think about being happy, what comes to mind? Is there something that always gives you a smile no matter how down you may be?
I talked about happiness in a previous post:
So what do I think is happiness?
It’s the smell of damp earth after a rainstorm. It’s a rambunctious pop song. It’s an early Van Gogh (before he cut off his ear). Happiness is sitting in the sunlight and writing about nothing. It’s the faint stirring of an orchestral tune. It’s a fat cat. Happiness is a dark-colored dream phantom who whispers posessive things in my ear. It’s a finished book. It’s genuine laughter. Happiness is a foriegn language that can be easily learned.
I’m happy when someone actually listens to me.
A previous Thursday Threesome also inquired about happiness. Here’s the question and response:
John F. Kennedy defined happiness as “The full use of your powers along lines of excellence.” What is your definition of happiness? Have you attained it?
I don’t think anyone can obtain absolute happiness. Relative happiness and contentedness, perhaps. I guess the key is to do what you want to do. Don’t let anyone force you to do or be anything that is their idea of the perfect decision.
Twosome. Thanksgiving. In the US, it’s Thanksgiving. But we can all be thankful. Tell us, what are YOU thankful for?
I’m thankful for everything. (I think that should cover it.)
Threesome. 2003. It’s getting close to the end of another year. As you begin to reflect back, pick out a couple of good things that have happened this year. Yeah, we all have the bad, but today, just focus on the good!
I think the best way to do this is to post links to previous blog entries:
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