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The power of proof is relative to the willingness to believe

Happiness is not a conclusion that can be found at the end of a syllogism.

Translation: You and I aren’t going to force anyone to change with our arguments for why they should cheer up.

We can lay out evidence for well-being, but that’s about as far as our power goes.

Optimistic premises, however strongly set forth, are never immune to pessimistic inferences.

People will be happy when they decide to be happy, and those who neglect this simple timeless truth will find themselves just as unhappy as the downtrodden souls they try to save.

At least that’s the way I see it.


T.K. Coleman

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