[Paleopsych] True happiness.

G. Reinhart-Waller waluk at earthlink.net
Wed Feb 23 20:02:06 UTC 2005

Happiness like most other emotions is truly in the eyes 
of the beholder.  Many psychiatrists have discovered 
the secret for creating an operable world for their 
patients and it consists of the new brands of Happy 
Drugs.  Prosaic has become standardized in America just 
like Apple Pie.  If the patient responds favorably, 
both psychologically and physically, then I'd say 
prescribe Prosaic.  But not all individuals have the 
same reaction to drugs nor do they have the same 
psychological problems.  Every tub on its own bottom.

Gerry Reinhart-Waller

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Christian Rauh" <christian.rauh at uconn.edu>
To: "The new improved paleopsych list" 
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Sent: Wednesday, February 23, 2005 8:19 AM
Subject: [Paleopsych] True happiness.

> Is religion *true* hapiness?
> I know many people who are oblivious to world events 
> and are definetely more happy than the ones who 
> follow what is going on. Are these people *truly* 
> happy?
> Is the spouse who doesn't know of their partner's 
> affair *truly* happy?
> Should we create an artifical environment of 
> happiness?
> This has been a long debate in philosophy.
> Christian

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