originally posted by: zackli
I heard that quote on facebook a while ago in a nice little picture with some kind of dramatic background, and it's been on my mind for some reason. I think there's something wrong with the logic behind it, but I'm not sure specifically what. It's just a feeling.
Is it hypocritical to have a reason for not having a reason for being "happy"? It may seem silly, but this is the sort of thing my days are spent thinking about, rather than petty day-to-day issues that will most likely not have any sort of meaning in the grand scheme of things.
Sounds like the person the Op quoted need some help with clinical depression.
Even if you are laying on your death bed there is plenty reason to find happiness if you're willing to look.
When you are dead you won't have to put up with this BS anymore...that alone is comforting.
What do you mean "even"?
Happy doesn't mean you have to be smiling all of the time....
to be happy is essential
forcing oneself never lasts long and brings no natural benefits