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 The secret to happiness... 
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Post The secret to happiness...
I think the secret to happiness is letting go of desires and expectations and trusting that wherever you go and whatever you do in life, it will be ultimately what’s right.

What do you think the secret to happiness is?

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Thu Feb 08, 2018 12:11 am
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Post Re: The secret to happiness...
More or less, I agree.

To be happier, people need to care less. What will happen will happen, and there is nothing any of us can do about it, so might as well be fine with it.


Thu Feb 08, 2018 12:20 am
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Porn. Definitely porn

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Thu Feb 08, 2018 12:33 am
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Post Re: The secret to happiness...
Oh no. That is the opposite of happiness. After watching porn and cumming, you feel low. Now if you had said sex...


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Post Re: The secret to happiness...
zwackerm wrote:
I think the secret to happiness is letting go of desires and expectations and trusting that wherever you go and whatever you do in life, it will be ultimately what’s right.

What do you think the secret to happiness is?


Expectations is a big part, yes.

Desires are what they are. They're primal.

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Thu Feb 08, 2018 10:12 am
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Post Re: The secret to happiness...
Having fun. The problem is the line gets blurry, what once was honest fun no longer is for some people but they feel they should keep doing it to avoid losing a part of themselves. Or they've convinced themselves something's fun when it's not or never was, they can just no longer find their honest emotional reactions underneath the pressure and guilt they put on themselves to live up to someone else's expectations. Or their ego has taken the wheel. One man golfs because he has fun, another golfs to prove he's better than the people's he's playing with, which may not have anything to do with fun, or maybe it did once but doesn't anymore


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Algren wrote:
Oh no. That is the opposite of happiness. After watching porn and cumming, you feel low. Now if you had said sex...

Stop watching tentacle & bukkake porn you weirdo.

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Post Re: The secret to happiness...
Shack wrote:
Having fun. The problem is the line gets blurry, what once was honest fun no longer is for some people but they feel they should keep doing it to avoid losing a part of themselves. Or they've convinced themselves something's fun when it's not or never was, they can just no longer find their honest emotional reactions underneath the pressure and guilt they put on themselves to live up to someone else's expectations. Or their ego has taken the wheel. One man golfs because he has fun, another golfs to prove he's better the people's he's playing with, which may not have anything to do with fun, or maybe it did once but doesn't anymore


I'd love to read more from you.


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Post Re: The secret to happiness...
Should have stopped at "having fun". That I can agree with. Stop analyzing too much. So many people I know - I think it is something particular to our age AND our generation - keep looking for "something more" in life or "finding themselves" or "finding meaning in what they do with their lives". Pfft. I just enjoy the ride.

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Post Re: The secret to happiness...
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Should have stopped at "having fun". That I can agree with. Stop analyzing too much. So many people I know - I think it is something particular to our age AND our generation - keep looking for "something more" in life or "finding themselves" or "finding meaning in what they do with their lives". Pfft. I just enjoy the ride.

Good way to look at it. Enjoy the ride cause there won’t be another one.

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Post Re: The secret to happiness...
The lesson of Inside Out - If you want to be happy you have to be open to being sad. If you want to be loved you have to be open to being hated. If you want to be surprised in a positive way you have to be open to being disappointed. The opposite has to be option or else neither works.


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Post Re: The secret to happiness...
Shack wrote:
The lesson of Inside Out - If you want to be happy you have to be open to being sad. If you want to be loved you have to be open to being hated. If you want to be surprised in a positive way you have to be open to being disappointed. The opposite has to be option or else neither works.


also.... b( . )( . )bs!

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Alita: Battle Angel
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Post Re: The secret to happiness...
Shack wrote:
The lesson of Inside Out - If you want to be happy you have to be open to being sad. If you want to be loved you have to be open to being hated. If you want to be surprised in a positive way you have to be open to being disappointed. The opposite has to be option or else neither works.


Well, yeah, obviously...but isn't that quite an obvious platitude?

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