Here’s a thought: Misery is always visceral, whereas happiness can take (at least) 2 forms: the visceral (the funktionslust of mind and body working in invigorating and focused harmony), and the intellectual.

It’s a bit annoying to realise that the intellectual form is both the most common for most of us, and can be swept away in an instant with another thought.

Ed Dowding

Ed Dowding

Founder, strategist, writer, gadfly, TED talker, world-record holder, and (foolishly) reality-TV farmer. DOES: Innovation, Product, Advocacy THINKS: Regenerative Systems, Institution design, 300 year horizons

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