At what price your personal happiness ?
hmm.. I’m not sure. do you have any specials this week?
Ah now age and time has shown me that there’s not enough money to give it up, and I’d pay near enough anything to keep it…seriously.
Happiness I believe, is priceless (if you’re talking monetary value here), therefore the question is a difficult if not near impossible one to answer.
Even though it’s something we all strive for, it’s also generally a temporary feeling. After all, if we were happy all of the time would we really know what the true meaning of happiness was? You have to know the dark in order to experience the light. So it could be said that the price of happiness is sadness, and the bit inbetween is a void.
If this were the case, having experienced all three, I can safely say that the price is worth it, that middle void is a nasty place.
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I like that, and I agree.
Thanks for the copyright Mark! :D
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