If happiness is “more stuff” then you will never be happy, because there will always be “more stuff” to have. And of course you will never have “all the stuff.”
That leaves simply “stuff.” I don’t believe “stuff” leads to happiness, but I can’t dismiss it as easily…
Happiness is making it so that billionaires and patriotic multinational corporations don’t pay taxes.
Wealth inequality is great, which is why Republicans always want more of it.
“You can’t have everything. Where would you put it?”—Steven Wright.
Drinking mead eating turkey legs, singing songs and flirting with girls in tight bussiers seems to come pretty darn close.
Ah The Fires Of Midnight have died out, the songs finished. The camp slowly rises with the sun in the east. We rise to meet a new day and the fruits of victory. Mainly the Shoney’s Breakfast Bar.
Happiness is not what you have, its what you do with what you have.
Things own you as much as you own them.
Did he really just write that happiness is being happy?
Studies show that money actually does buy happiness, but beyond having “enough”, having more doesn’t increase happiness.
“People who say money cannot buy happiness, just don’t know where to shop!” Thurston Howell, III.
Everything would include unlimited storage space.
I guess Winslow has never heard Carlin… https://youtu.be/MvgN5gCuLac
Or is it the “stuff” like Jonathan had in Highway to Heaven?
He who dies with the most toys, is, nonetheless, still dead.
So happiness is about. . .being happy?
March 20, 2014
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