Thursday, April 10, 2008

The meaning of REAL happiness

The youngest Ms. Lear occasionally sends me articles which would appear to validate her idea that money grows on trees - and certainly isn't meant to be other than spent.

So I was particularly pleased with this which dropped in today.

Happiness is - well, happiness, and is not connected with very much apart from feeling happy because you are doing something.

So stop worrying about the credit crunch and where the next meal is coming from and do something that makes you happy.

It's certainly worked for her over the years.

3 comments:

In Actual Fact said...

So, your Highness,

can we assume that true happiness for the youngest Ms. Lear involves knowing where her next meal is coming from and whether it includes second helpings of pudding?

kinglear said...

Mr. Fact. I think one can safely say as long as there IS pudding....

Winchester whisperer said...

Happiness is the golden mean which doesn't necessarily involve being mean with gold.