Tag: happiness

Lies, Damn Lies, and Oh God Why All The Lies: Part Two

World’s Biggest Liar by Alan Cleaver, on Flickr

My new door label. Honest.

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So, last time, I claimed that truth is important.

In fact, I argued that truth is crucial, and that anything less than the truth is lies, and that not being in tune with reality is disastrous for us and our happiness.

Today I’m going to argue the opposite…

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Shoot The Moon (And Aim For Happy)

Moon Pie by JD Hancock, on Flickr

An artist’s impression of what revenge may look like against humanity’s ancient enemy.

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In the addictive card game, Hearts, the play that scores the most points is known as ‘Shooting the Moon’.

I’m greatly in favour of this.

The moon has sat there for long enough, arrogantly watching over us. For aeons it has floated judgementally over the Earth, thinking it’s better than us, all ‘romantically’ flying around in the sky, like a slow plane that doesn’t even FLASH, supposing itself to be safe from our revenge against its alleged ‘superiority’ just because it’s millions of miles away.

WELL… YOUR TIME HAS COME, MOON. WE’RE COMING FOR YOU. YOUR ARROGANT REIGN OF TEDIOUS ‘ROMANTIC’ JUDGEMENT IS OVER. SCREW YOU, YOU POINTLESS FLOATING LUMP OF DISAPPOINTING DUSTY ROCK.

IT’S TIME TO SHOOT THE MOON FOR REAL

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Distracted by Cake

I was intending to write the next part of the series about anxiety, but I accidentally wrote a story about a cake instead. I’m sorry.

The Story About A Cake

Day One Hundred and Eighty - Lemon Surpr by Yortw, on Flickr

“Hello. Would you like to talk about enlightenment?”

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“Hello,” said the cake. “Have you ever met a talking cake before?”

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