There’s Something Wrong with You, Part II

In this talk, Bruce Di Marsico talks more about the illusion that unhappiness is in any way productive. He starts out with the simple truth: Everyone tends toward being happier. He explores the non-necessity of reasons.

Reasons are not necessary for happiness. In perfect happiness, wanting and doing are perfectly congruent; reasons don’t necessarily come into play in doing, and wanting is wanting what you are doing.

Reasons also reveal no new truth: what you call better, you call better because you are already tending towards it.

Ultimately, unhappiness is completely un-necessary and not useful because unhappiness is trying to move to someplace you are already at: Happiness.

Option Method – There is something wrong with you Part II