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Wavering Happiness


Author: Ramneet
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Wavering Happiness



Wavering Happiness
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Happiness, the most coveted entity.
Happiness, a delightful feeling.
Secretion of some chemicals in the body.
A plethora of ways to achieve it.
Riches, intellect, altruistic deeds and accomplishments.

Every happiness is ephemeral.
It is short lived.
It changes.
It is temporary but not permanent.
Ecstasy, a state of euphoria, is also short lived.
We live in the constant fear of losing happiness.

Looking for a state of permanent bliss.
An eternal peace.
An eternal happiness.
Looking for utopia.

The quest to permanent bliss,
is it our state of mind or
we have to enter into some other world.
Is it some knowledge or enlightenment.
This enigma needs to be resolved.






Submitted on 2013-01-04 13:52:43     Terms of Service / Copyright Rules
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  I guess you are looking for that sustained joy/peace/happiness that comes from God, from going within the heart to find True peace. All outward chasings for happiness are transient I agree.
| Posted on 2013-01-17 00:00:00 | by elephantasia | [ Reply to This ]
  I tend to disagree with "Every happiness is ephemeral.....It is short lived". I have a certain happiness simply because I'm sentient, I have happiness simply because I exist in corporeal form. Some people allow their troubles to negate their appreciation of these simple joys but for me they're constant, always with me. I guess you could say I am ephemeral therefore so are these joys but personally it doesn't come across that way to myself.

Somewhat ecstatically euphoric
Bruce
| Posted on 2013-01-04 00:00:00 | by monad | [ Reply to This ]


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