happiness


Correlation Between Happiness and Character

Happiness is not contrary to character, but complementary to it. Happiness, properly understood, is not merely the thin, shallow concept of an elated emotion that changes minute by minute, but the state of wellbeing (shalom) that one lives virtuously, day by day. This Christian concept of happiness is the result of sanctifying one’s character through acts of self-sacrifice. But self-sacrifice …Continue reading →

MacIntyre’s Theistic Eudaimonism in a Fallen World

If you’ve ever wondered about the relation between meaning (in a material world) and altruism, as well as the relation between happiness and suffering for Christians, then read MacIntyre’s Theistic Eudaimonism in a Fallen World.

Winter

A student of love takes the train to visit the last of tomorrow’s rain. A locomotive steams between the undulated mountains that grow greener by the passing whisper of her name. Flooding the country with sorrow’s showers, she struggles to hold her head up high. She ponders the collision of eternity and happiness as she imprints the wet earth with …Continue reading →

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