Thursday, May 18, 2017

Reason for Unrest?

We derive happiness in two ways.
One, from whatever we do (eating, drinking, reading, stealing, ...) in a rational manner, that is, within certain limits. This satisfies some physical need, of hunger, thirst, entertainment, information,, etc. Its relevance in the ambit of our metabolic needs is constantly a subject of study.
Two, from whatever we do (excessive indulgences, terrorism, ...) in an irrational manner. This could be for meeting some of our abstract needs, of making a record, to share toast, for ceremonies, etc. This also is to satisfy us in some way, and it's relevance in the ambit of our metabolic needs, needs further study.
(I did study this, as discussed in my book, The Unsure Male.)

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