The Happyness Illusion Project

December 14, 2010 § Leave a comment

I just realized something. Not really a major discovery or even life changing. Call it more of an observation.

No Matter How Much We Pursue Happyness Once We “Get It” It Can Still Be An Illusion.

Happiness is suppose to be something that we seek within. While I believe this to be true I don’t think it is easy at all for any of us.

One of my favorite movies is the Pursuit of Happyness. In the movie Chris Gardner had real problems. Problems that caused him to become moneyless and homeless. Problems that would break most people. But he knew what he wanted, and he pursued it.

Over the past year I’ve been on an exploration. I didn’t journey caves in a mystic land or the jungles in a tropical forest. My exploration has been an internal journey through my heart and the depths of my mind.

I’ve been pursuing happyness. And tonight, at this instance, at this moment. Right before going to wordpress.com and registering this blog I realized that some of the crossroads that I’m stuck at in pursuing happyness are all illusions.

My current state of being unsatisfied in my career is the current bullet point of my situation. And while I’ve become efficient at curing this ailment and getting myself out of these situations over the years, I’m afraid the old tactics of just moving on to another job won’t cut it anymore.

Yes while I’m suppose to seek happyness within I’m still trying to find it outside. And I’ve only now come to the realization that I can no longer do that.

Finding happyness within isn’t a switch we can just flick, it’s a journey that we all must go on.

This is a project we all must work on. We all have our own Happyness Illusion Project. We all have to learn how to recognize the barriers and tricks the outside world and our mind will play on us to avoid us from achieving happyness.

And with that said, The Happyness Illusion Project was born.

 

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