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Mike is often posed with some great questions about life, dreams, and happiness. Some are very personal, while others are general. These questions are often the kind we've all wrestled with in our lives, sometimes deducing our own answers, other times not. Since many of these questions are universal, Mike began posting answers here so that others might benefit from the correspondence.*

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Question of the Day


Is happiness something we can achieve through others?

Is happiness something we can achieve through others? In other words, is it about what is within us and our attitude or, because we are essentially social animals, is our happiness dependent on our relationship with others? And is it possible to be happy all the time?

Answer



Both. We are social animals, and having a fulfilling social life requires others, yet this should not imply the need for dependency or limitation. While we do need "people" in our lives, it should not be read that we must have a "person" in our life. The difference is obviously night and day.

As far as whether one can always be happy... when life is viewed as an irrevocable, undeniable march into knowingness, adventure, and becoming... as a journey instead...
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Question of the Day


Is happiness something we can achieve through others?

Is happiness something we can achieve through others? In other words, is it about what is within us and our attitude or, because we are essentially social animals, is our happiness dependent on our relationship with others? And is it possible to be happy all the time?

Answer



Both. We are social animals, and having a fulfilling social life requires others, yet this should not imply the need for dependency or limitation. While we do need "people" in our lives, it should not be read that we must have a "person" in our life. The difference is obviously night and day.

As far as whether one can always be happy... when life is viewed as an irrevocable, undeniable march into knowingness, adventure, and becoming... as a journey instead of isolated snapshots which will always appear out of context, the answer is an mphatic, "ABSOLUTELY!"

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