Granted that joy is just a lifestyle choice that’s unconnected to circumstance, I still kind of wish that @mindfulfitness didn’t have to flaunt their joyfulness all the time.
You’re joyful. I get it. Keep shoveling.
Unless there’s a possibility that joyfulness isn’t any more of a lifestyle choice than sadness?
And that real people who experience real joy in their daily lives are actually less likely to make a big deal about it than aggressively sad people?
And maybe really joyful people aren’t secretly trying to get everyone to fall in line with their nefarious pro-shoveling agenda?
And real people who experience real sadness, frustration, and apathy can actually just not be super into snow without channeling their misguided and possibly jealous resentment toward their more joyful neighbors?
That kind of holds up.
Maybe it’s okay to talk about your joy or sadness and it doesn’t necessarily mean you made better or worse choices than anyone else.
But then how am I supposed flaunt my emotional superiority?
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