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Thoughts to Ponder On


Hello Gorgeous Reader!

I was about to write the next item on my blog challenge… But what the heck, I’m too tired to even keep my eyes open for three minutes! ~_~

So I’ll just leave you with a thought to ponder on for today….

“If your happiness makes another person miserable, can you be truly happy?”



You are not mistaken. This is indistinctive writer’s  blog not my day in a sentence’s. The next post for the blog challenge will hopefully be up soon. ~_~


  1. I think it depends if you're being malicious or not. What if you were getting married to the guy that someone else fancies? You'd be happy because you're getting married but they would be miserable because who they fancy will never be with them.

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  3. well, Joan, I think that's the trend now..

  4. It depends on how close that person is to me. You can't make everyone happy and if i have to pick between my happines and a stranger's one...guess which one i would pick? Life's one.

  5. I believe that a person who wants everyone to become happy is nothing but a hypocrit, because it'll never happen. You can only make a few people happy and the rest will feel miserable because of it. That's how life works.

  6. I love it when people mention me in their posts! :)

    Anyhow, I don't see why not! If that person means nothing to me, or if I don't like that person, bring it on! :)
    After all, if you put it in perspective, isn't this how break- ups work? So, people have been doing this for ages! :D

  7. I wouldn't be able to be happy. I'd rather live a somewhat lukewarm life than know that I'm stepping on someone else's chance at being happy. It might sound cliche but to someone like me that loves to see others smile even if my own life is in turmoil, this is just the way I would want it to be.


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