i couldn’t think of one

Posted by anya on May 3rd, 2008 filed in Uncategorized

Daniel told me tonight that happiness is synthesized. That actually, it’s a rather autonomous process that can happen in any circumstance. Something about prisons. But… why does my happiness crumble into a pool of awkward sadness here? Why is it that I feel trapped in this space, these kilometers, these millennium and expo lines? What is the value of happiness without an element of agency? I resign myself to your perimeter.

Shampoo Suicide

3 Responses to “i couldn’t think of one”

  1. Daniel Says:

    Thanks for reminding me about this convo! I almost ended up writing a novel-length comment and ended up blogging about it instead.


    I’ve got links to my sources (a couple of videos) in there, too. You should check ’em out!

    Daniel’s last blog post: Streamlining the Blogging Experience with Drupal

  2. anya Says:

    Hey! I didn’t know you had this site. I like it a lot!
    for some reason I can’t comment on your posts, although I have a few things to say about Gilbert’s argument. I will pick your brain about it later :)

    I like the whole hosteling-in-your-own-city idea. I might just do it one day, but I’ll take on a totally different identity and pretend I’ve never been to Vancouver ;) Seems more fun that way.

  3. Daniel Says:

    Whoa, thanks for the headsup about the comments problem. I’ve just fixed it so go ahead and give Gilbert what he’s got comin’ (-;

    Daniel’s last blog post: Are You Really Happy or Just “Fake” Happy

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