“To do any thing, to dig a hole in the ground, to plant a cabbage, to hit a mark, to move a shuttle, to work a pattern, –in a word, to attempt to produce any effect, and to succeed, has something in it that gratifies the love of power, and carries off the restless activity of the mind of man. Indolence is a delightful but distressing state: we must be doing something to be happy.” –William Hazlitt
My earth-shattering happiness formula incorporates Hazlitt’s observation as part of my final element: to be happy, we must think about FEELING GOOD, FEELING BAD, and FEELING RIGHT, in an ATMOSPHERE OF GROWTH.
Secret Agent Josephine is a fun read, with kicky photos and graphics. I just noticed the great offer — if readers send in five facts about themselves, “Josephine” will pick one entry a month for a free web graphic. I’m off to try to figure out five things about myself…