Finding Out What You Like Also Means Having a Room for Error for What You Don’t.

Almost no one actually uses probability to describe happiness. Most of what people care about is, “Are you happy?” But, happiness isn’t laid out in black and white. I believe happiness has a lot to do with nuance and gradation. How about — “Do you feel happier?” Now, consider the following question: If you could have any view of the world, what would you like to see when you look out the window?

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Terence C.

There is a fine line between fishing and doing nothing. We would like to think that we’re fishing, but the truth is we don’t have the line.