PRIMO LEVI ~ ON HAPPINESS

“Sooner or later in life everyone discovers that perfect happiness is unrealizable, but there are few who stop to consider the antithesis; that perfect unhappiness is equally unattainable.”
- Primo Levi

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  1. Desmond says
    15 May 13 at 7:22am

    The idea of seeking happiness as an end in itself seems suspect of ones maturity. Feeling good about ones self comes from the result conscious and willful input, the outcomes can and inevitably vary from day to day as no two days are ever the same. So to me happiness embraces the constancy of change and the knowledge the mood swings are an integral part of the process.

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