Authoritarian Pleasure Principle

Authoritarian Pleasure PrincipleIt is great happiness to be praised of them who are most praiseworthy. - Philip Sidney (1554-1586) Sometimes Mother Earth Needs a Helping Hand - Another planksip MöbiusSometimes

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Authoritarian Pleasure Principle

It is great happiness to be praised of them who are most praiseworthy.

- Philip Sidney (1554-1586)

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Sometimes Mother Earth Needs a Helping Hand - Another planksip Möbius

Sometimes Mother Earth Needs a Helping Hand - Another planksip Möbius

Authoritarian Pleasure Principle

Inspired by Philip Sidney (1554-1586)'s quote, "It is great happiness to be praised of them who are most praiseworthy". The titled responsion is...

Why does it seem that the people who say they have found happiness in praising others often end up being those who get criticized and berated in return? Are they really more happy than they claim they are when other people fail to live up to their expectations?

Happiness lies in praising others. It is not possible for us to be happy if we do not make ourselves happy. A person with a positive attitude can never be unhappy. He is happy with his life. If he is not happy with himself he will have a hard time living a meaningful life.

The best way to be happy is to praise others. If we are happy with ourselves, it does not matter who we are doing it to. The only thing that matters is how we feel inside. If we feel good about ourselves, we do not care who we are trying to impress.

Praise helps us see our faults in a different light. When we praise others we become more honest with ourselves. We will no longer try and hide who we are from them.

When we are doing something right and somebody else is doing something wrong, we can acknowledge our mistake and forgive it instead of blaming the other person. This makes us feel better.

If you want to feel as happy as you believe you are, you must begin to praise yourself more. It is as simple as that.

It can take some time to achieve happiness. You have to be consistent and give yourself the respect that you deserve. Sometimes we have to work very hard to reach the happiness that we all long for. But it is possible.

When you are happy, your friends and family will love you. They will feel good with you because you are happy.

When people are happy, they will have a lot more fun. They will be happier in general.

When you are happy, you will have more energy, which can be used for more productive things such as helping others or being a provider. You will also have more patience.

Your self-esteem will skyrocket. When you start to see things in a new light, you will begin to feel good about yourself. You will realize how important your relationships are to you and how much you truly care about them. People will start to look forward to spending time with you and meeting you.

They will love the fact that you take their lives into your hands. You will feel like they are family and that you are loved and cared for.

When you are feeling good about yourself, it does not matter what others think. It will be easier for you to meet your own needs and wants. It will be easy for you to be a loving friend.

When you are feeling good, your partner will be happy with you and vice versa. That is the key to a good relationship.

You should always remember that it is never too late for you to feel good about yourself. You can do many things to help yourself. But there is one thing that you need to remember.

The only person that has to take the blame is you. You have to be responsible for your own happiness and your own success. You must learn to be thankful for the little things that make you feel good.

Don't judge yourself too harshly. Just be thankful for the little things that you do. and let life be.

If you follow this advice you will become happy, healthy and you will have a great relationship. With a great partner and life.

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Inspired by John Keats (1795-1821)'s quote, "The poetry of the earth is never dead.". The titled responsion is

The Archetype of THE Mother

A mother's arms are made of tenderness and children sleep soundly in them.

- Victor Hugo (1802-1885)

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