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On Happiness

What is happiness? It is a feeling of contentment or satisfaction. I am not referring to fleeting enjoyable moments or short experiences of pleasure, but an enduring sense of contentment and satisfaction with one’s life. This desire to feel happy is what motivates most people. To be happy is the meaning and purpose of human existence. Most people, don’t say to themselves, ” I am going to do this or that or some other thing so I can be happy.” Instead, the pursuit of happiness is carried out indirectly in one’s quest for pleasure or satisfying experiences. Continue reading

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On Truth: In Search for a Definition

Thursday, July-25-13 Dave Hood Many people believe they are right about most things. Sometimes, they’ll tell you bluntly, “I’m right, and you’re wrong.” Others will passionately argue their points. Some will make a sarcastic comment: “Where did you learn that?” … Continue reading

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Existential Nihilism: Does Life Have Meaning?

“Seeking what is true is not seeking what is desirable.” ― Albert Camus,The Myth of Sisyphus and Other Essays “I have come to believe that the whole world is an enigma, a harmless enigma that is made terrible by our own mad … Continue reading

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