I know you are out there. I know that you are reading this. I want you to know that I am like you, too. That you are not alone. That it’s okay. Let’s say it together, out loud. Watch addict. We know who we are; even taking off the watch for the shower is a bit disconcerting at times. What time is it? one … Read More When the Watch Dies
Happiness is ultimately relative. It is something that applies to each one of us individually and cannot be made universal. It is not an equation, there is not a right answer. This post shares a secret to the foundations of happiness that I do believe are universal and that have yielded happiness for me.
We take our present circumstances as the dominant Earth Species for granted, supposing that we no longer have the predators we once did as an early species to worry about. Dinosaurs? Wooly Mammoths? Minotaurs? Half-Shark-Half-Snakes? No worries. Extinct or debatably nonexistent. Unfortunately, friends, the human-race-as-prey problem is far from being over. A new predator has emerged, more subtle and more cunning than a Half-Shark-Half-Snake. This post will expound upon the predatory threat to our contemporary society and the ways that we might possibly defeat it.