happiness my foot

LOVERME By LOVERME, 31st Jul 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Happiness is a state of mind or is it activity of some kind sexual or virtual

Occupational happiness


Occupational happiness

having traversed this continent
over so many decades and years
I feel happiness
is a consequence of some important things

Firstly
its food, clothing and money brings in happiness to many

Secondly

as teens grow up
to become young gentlemen and women
Sex is the longing
initially it was love of mommy and siblings,
If any
replaced by pets

Thirdly

in the long run of life
work aside
a hobby is must to pass
most of the blank time

so music, jazz and games and so on come
the aged one mind’s
needs occupation

early retirement
for other than actors and politicians is a curse
but
what is worse
no creativity
no productivity
no outlet of excessive energy


so keep your mind preoccupied with laps…..

well now not those young ones
not even wifey will

but laps top

if you don't have one
buy will you
and
then alone happiness will surround you

Finally
to sum all up happiness is

money
sex and real honey

till you have a feeling funny
about the places you had explored
not once
but times many, many more


says Loverme

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author avatar LOVERME
1st Aug 2013 (#)

awaiting sincere comments only ...no self praise please
...spare my page for self promotion ...
you who so do

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author avatar Sivaramakrishnan A
1st Aug 2013 (#)

Our priorities and those that bring happiness change over time. Fleeting moments of happiness are led by hormones when young but there are limits to hit and run when reaping what we sow! What is enduring is peace of mind, contentment and limiting wants. Yes, it is a state of our mind. I have seen the wealthiest ever greedy, remain unsatisfied and even make others unhappy especially those who work for them - how can they be happy with nothing when I have everything but happiness? siva

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author avatar LOVERME
1st Aug 2013 (#)

GREAT summary as always

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author avatar Mariah
1st Aug 2013 (#)

Happiness is what makes you tick...different ways for all.. but the same warm feeling regardless.

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author avatar LOVERME
1st Aug 2013 (#)

yahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh

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author avatar Trillionaire
1st Aug 2013 (#)

Thanks beautiful picture.

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author avatar LOVERME
1st Aug 2013 (#)

k

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author avatar Retired
1st Aug 2013 (#)

Beautifully written!

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author avatar LOVERME
1st Aug 2013 (#)

grateful

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author avatar Carol
1st Aug 2013 (#)

Lovely work, and yes happiness is so important for well being.

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author avatar LOVERME
1st Aug 2013 (#)

thank you Carol ma'am

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author avatar LOVERME
17th Oct 2016 (#)

Occupational happiness

having traversed this continent
over so many decades and years
I feel happiness
is a consequence of some important things

Firstly
its food, clothing and money brings in happiness to many

Secondly
as teens grow up
to become young gentlemen and women
Sex is the longing
initially it was love of mommy and siblings,
If any
replaced by pets

Thirdly
in the long run of life
work aside
a hobby is must to pass
most of the blank time

so music, jazz and games and so on come
the aged one mind’s
needs occupation

early retirement
for other than actors and politicians is a curse
but
what is worse
no creativity
no productivity
no outlet of excessive energy


so keep your mind preoccupied with laps…..

well now not those young ones
not even wifey will
but laps top

if you don't have one
buy will you
and
then alone happiness will surround you

Finally
to sum all up happiness is

money
sex and real honey

till you have a feeling funny
about the places you had explored
not once
but times many, many more

says Loverme

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