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the shallowest person

“Only the shallowest person believes that they can attain true happiness by maximizing their wealth at any cost.  In absence of morality, ethics, and a sustainable philosophy to guide us in an ethical search for happiness, we will always perceive life’s random countervailing forces of adversity and unpleasantness as inflicting a great personal injustice upon us. Through application of a deeply embedded personal philosophy, we can push back against the negative implications of a life of suffering. We can use a philosophical stance to gain the perspective needed to say ‘yes’ to all of life, both its rosy path of ineffable joys and a blackened trail of tears. We must learn to accept life as it truly is and not waste precious time in wistfulness.” – Kilroy J. Oldster

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“….the increasingly common ideology that assures people they’re right about what they believe…. is, however, socially detrimental . It hijacks conversation and aborts ideas. It engenders a delusion of simplicity that benefits people with inflexible minds. It makes the experience of living in a society slightly worse than it should be.” – Chuck Klosterman

By |2018-02-21T16:37:21+00:00December 3rd, 2016|Emotions, Moral High-Ground, Philosophy|Comments Off on the shallowest person
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