Just Rewards

Once upon a time, they did not believe that they deserved happiness.

They were half right, thus all wrong: it was not that they didn’t deserve happiness—it was that they were not allowed to dictate the rewarded consequences of their priorities and habits.

Convinced by their pride, they vowed to live life as that self-proclaimed victim—and so they continued to frantically, furiously chase their moment-to-moment reward of unhappiness.

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