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Relative Happiness VS. Absolute happiness


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#16    Kieg94

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Posted 20 June 2009 - 06:26 PM

The only way I believe anyone could be attain "absolute" happiness is if he/she was isolated from any outside influence. It is in our nature to envy, but the happiest man in the world would be a man living in a world in which he had nothing to want.


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Posted 21 June 2009 - 03:53 AM

That is an interesting point because in relation to a method ancient shamans use in training is voluntary self isolation (Jesus also did that in the desert). But truthful in new born children the "cones" in the eyes do not develop until a child is about two. url="http://users.rcn.com...ion.html"]cones[/url] have to do with our ability to see color and because of that they also apply to depth the [perception. Part of the reason for the "terrible two" may have to do with the elation over the loss of sense of isolation.


Now in that context one might argue that by voluntarily isolating oneself one is revisiting ones childhood and therefore reorienting oneself to what is really important but before anyone considers trying something like that you need to see a Doctor and be clear and honest about your plans.




Any thoughts?


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