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Posted by Heather C. Williams at Jun 20, 2012 09:21 PM |

Happiness does not depend on outside events, but on how we interpret them.


Phyllis DeLeon

Therefore, becoming fully acquainted with your "Interpretive apparatus" is essential for your happiness. To interpret an event in your life, is to clarify the meaning of you. This requires that you examine your thinking. We may think we think, but much of what we do is repeat old patterns and follow old beliefs.

To think means to exercize the power of reason, and this takes energy, especially if you are careful with the premises upon which you base your conclusions. Practice basing your reasoning upon Truthful, axiomatic premises to cleanse your interpretive apparatus and experience true happiness.

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