Wednesday, January 29, 2014

How Important Is "Your Happy"?



At what expense will you go after your happy? Does it matter that your happy may adversely affect someone else's happy? Do we really care or can we even afford to?

If you are anything like us this quote rings so very true.

"After a good dinner one can forgive anybody, even ones's own relations." 
-Oscar Wilde
 
So much of our happy is spent over a meal. Be it alone, with family, friends, colleagues, or strangers.

We debated over these topics passionately dissecting real-life scenarios. When it comes to matters of the heart it's probably safe to say that all bets are off. As African-American women society would have us believe that our options are limited and we must compromise our principles. Nothing could be further from the truth in love and in life. Now it is not easy but anything truly worthwhile rarely is.

Without judgement, let us see who can truly answer the following questions:

Would you take your dream job knowing that the person currently holding the position has to be fired?

Would you accept a marriage proposal from a person that has to hurt his family in order for you to be happy?

During sexual relations, if only one person can reach an orgasm, who will it be? You or your partner?

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