Happiness


Charlotte Brontë by Richmond c1850 crop
Charlotte Brontë by Richmond c1850 crop (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Happiness quite unshared can scarcely be called happiness; it has no taste. 

Charlotte Brontë

The author of Jane Eyre was born on this day in 1816.

Happiness

is a state of being

an epiphany

an enduring climax

it transcends eras

all known dimensions

space as we know it

kind of like

the length of time it takes

for plastic to decompose

because happiness

my friend

is

virtual

limitless

and can be found

in whatever

container

shape or form

you can imagine.

All you need to do

is partake of it

and then pay if forward

You are the receiver and the sender

the vessel

needed

for this miracle

to gain momentum

and keep on living

this gene

that has potential

to spread world-wide

we just need to keep feeding it.

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