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What’s it all about…

Hilary at Feeling Beachie
has four fill-in statements to
and here are my fillings.

  1. I drink iced sweet tea without the ice in the AM.
  2. I read a lot!
  3. Sometimes I wonder what’s it all about but then I wonder if I really want to know.
  4. Given the choice between being rich and being happy I would choose happy…but I wouldn’t mind being a tiny bit unhappy.


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11 thoughts on “What’s it all about…

  1. I like your answers, and I feel almost the same way, except I drink iced coffee in the morning, and would rather not ever be even a tiny bit unhappy. Possibly being happy all the time would leave one without proper gratitude for happiness, never experiencing the contrast of unhappiness. Your thoughts may be wiser than mine. Blessings to you, Patricia…

    1. The tiny bit unhappy was said tongue-in-cheek…sort of. It would be nice to have a bit more but not so much it was a burden. 🙂

  2. Number 4 leaves a lot of room for thinking but I AM happy and NOT rich. I would hate to worry about my money or valuables all the time. I have enough, with a roof over my head, I’m not hungry and am still able. What else does a body need. 🙂

    1. You are right, Tess. When we have the basics we are blessed and need no more. But it might be nicer to have a little extra.

      1. That is true, Patricia, but I’m not used to the little extra and don’t mind saving for things…something my kids (daughter, son-in-law and young grandchildren) can’t understand. 🙂

  3. I can’t figure why rich people aren’t happy other than always worrying they’re going to lose their riches. It’s also a bit crazy how when people who don’t have much money suddenly come upon a whole lot of money and quickly squander it all away. Maybe money makes us a tad crazy when we start getting too much.

    What is the best short story ever written?
    Tossing It Out

    1. It is amazing that people who win the lottery, or have some great windfall, end up poorer that before. I think having more money than we need gives us a responsibility to help others..I have never had too much money, or more than I need, but I am a tad crazy.

  4. I agree with your #3, and often say that. I am a believer of, “I can deal with anything, as long as I know what I am dealing with.” But, I do not think I am ready to know what it is all about. I leave the big things to God. Hugs.

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