Welcome to the new Wednesday series entitled The Pursuit of Happiness. This series, we will be studying what […]
I have learned over my life that to survive as a deaf person on the Spectrum, I need […]
The graphic above is a couple of different ways to view the “Pursuit of Happiness” phrase in our Constitution. We are not guaranteed happiness but our right to pursue it should not be stifled by our government. That’s good and fine, but what is happiness? That is what this post is all about.
Having a joyous journey doesn’t mean your life is obstacle free.
In fact, it is more likely the opposite. I know I, and I suspect many other seniors, get depressed when we visit a typical retirement blog on the internet. Almost all of them are about the great time the blogger has experienced. They travel to many foreign places and tell you how mystical they are. They tell you about how strong and supportive their families are. They often bring up their spouses as those who support and agree with them 100%. Life is just great! Life is joyous!
How come it is not so great for some of us!
You know the old saying that “money can’t buy happiness”, and happiness is the most sought-after thing in […]