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[Xmca-l] Re: Zoya Kosmodemyanskaya
Thank you Annalisa.
You are right. There is certainly many many happinnesses.
But the question was: One big, common happiness for all. Is there such
Anf if there is, what are its preconditions?
2014-12-01 10:41 GMT+02:00 Annalisa Aguilar <email@example.com>:
> Dear Ulvi,
> I think it absolutely depends on what you mean by happiness! :)
> But to Zoya, it seems that she became the person she became from the deep
> reading she did. I'm sure writing in a notebook is a part of that as well.
> I suspect in the backdrop of her hard life, these past-times were essential
> to her development, especially concerning her imagination.
> Have you noticed how cows are not bothered if they have matching horns or
> crooked horns? Or cats do not complain that their silly acrobatics are
> posted on the internet?
> If we evolve to a state of being non-self-conscious, as animals are, we
> might be happier than we are now. Though maybe I am wrong.
> Maybe happiness is just _being_ happy?
> Kind regards,