“Imagine a young man racing along on his motorcycle, on a minor road. The wind is beating at his face. The young man closes his eyes, and opens his arms wide, just like they do in films, feeling himself completely alive and in communion with the universe. He doesn’t see the lorry lunging out from the crossing. He dies happy. Happiness is almost always irresponsible. We’re happy for those brief moments when we close our eyes.”

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~ by warpaintandwandering on November 6, 2010.

One Response to “”

  1. Happiness can last longer with open eye that move us in the direction of things that mater to us – to our lives.

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