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Pursuit of Happiness

LoTake heed that the main pursuits in life don't entrap and make life more cramped than needed

The attainment of an ideal is often the beginning of a disillusion. [Stanley Baldwin] - Unless you are careful when picking your ideals.

A GOOD and fit goal is worth pursuing because of many things. One is it might might perfect our hearts.

Giant goals are not unlike some major oppressions in that they may give rise to many and troublesome worries.

There are these great tests of a soul's calibre and endurance.

The ability to make connections and gain understanding without knowing exactly how or why one knows, reveals our hearts.

Besides, many good things in life come from such as accepting fair opportunities. We should not be sad that many good things may come unplanned and uncalled for.

The very best inherited themes and characteristics can remain coded into your interior being somehow.

In the light of that, stating some major goals of the good life, should do you much good. Otherwise, let that rest for a little longer if you may keep going when faced with difficulties in main pursuits of getting a fit life. It's one that hardly depends terribly much and long.

WHAT IS good can give wisdom fit for a lifetime, And avoiding risk is often the main thing to do in the face of danger. Avoiding risks may bring on some measure of dependency. One minor one is to become much dependent on good proverbs. ◊

Safety first" and "Look before you leap" are just two outcomes of a terribly important principle here.

Stage well, there can be collective responsibility for corruption-entrapments. Well-staged insights may bulwark too.

LoHarmonious sex is hard to attain to, and even that is not enough for having a good life. More is needed, such as sound surroundings

LET EVEN your aloneness serve your plans or deep-going agenda. He who is staying incorruptible by even the harshest realities, may still be counted as as failure though the associations he is surrounded by on the dry river-beds of living along. Sing a song if you can afford to.

WHAT IS good or fiery illustrates that the best and worst things may happen. ◊
      Improve your ability to balance your needs against some people's expectations. Mind harmonious sex outlets illustrate it well. So does representing much through different skillful uses of what inheres inside oneself. Good things in life hardly come by easily. It may just look that way.

LoLabour is soon spent without getting good friends that count and help along the way.

The bird a nest, the spider a web, the human friendship. [William Blake]

One may find sound life worth living through not having any particular ideals on top of that, and at least not reaching such stiffeners. [With Bertrand Russell and Louisa Alcott (mixed here)]

The end of labour is to gain leisure that counts. [With Aristotle]

Also note: The immature man wants to live flamboyantly, the mature man doesn't need to live like that. [Cf. Wilhelm Stekel]

Gist

IN SUM
  1. Take heed that the main pursuits in life don't entrap and make life more cramped than needed.
  2. Harmonious sex is hard to attain to, and even that is not enough for having a good life. More is needed, such as sound surroundings.
  3. Labour is soon spent without getting good friends that count and help along the way.

IN NUCE It is good to spend time in the pursuit of higher interests too, along with the trivia. Good yoga favours mental clarity. Sex can be used as a means for developing into higher living too, as in tantra. In the absence of other good friends, value your own company. Buddha shows what marks genuine friends. There is much food for thought in his teachings.

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