11 Feb Carrying on: the secret of my happiness (from the Georgetown Voice)
Happiness isn”t contingent on having teeth or getting good grades. In fact, as long as you”re not starving and cold, being happy is more a choice than anything else. That choice is not to worry so much about how awful things could get. Should the worst occur and you become neither a diplomat nor a high-powered executive, you”ll still survive. You”ll still have the chance to take another shot at success.
This is most of the final paragraph from an article touching on happiness. Click here if you’d like to read more.