There is a great difference in excellency, usefulness, and comfort between people of clear, digested knowledge, and confused, undigested apprehensions. -Richard Baxter

The Pursuit of Happyness

If you’re trying to find something to make you happy, then a gander at this when you get a chance.  Someone has written on the history of happiness after researching it for six years.  Seems the idea of happiness being linked to feeling good is newfangled.  Seems like another book mentioned pleasure not panning out.


  Matthew Aldas wrote @

I believe it is important to ask, “where is the pursuit of our happiness going to take us?” What is it that were are seeking that makes use happy? Another question would be if happiness and joy are synonymous? As Christian we should always be joyful, but does that predicate everlasting happiness, this side of eternity? Joyful we should always be, but happy not necessarily

  John Oliver wrote @

Both links are informative.

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