Happiness, a localized and highly subjective perspective area of positive emotions, a naturally evolved psychologic barrier, shielding against collective negativity and distress?
An item of manipulation for wielders of power, tunneling perspectives to idealistic arguements, conquering minds and votes for infuelnce and dominance?
Or a random occurance of no specific significance, guiding people towards blissful and ideal futures, encouraging us to strive for prosperity and peace?
Should we strive to find the complete answer, risking getting our minds stuck on a dominant negative aspect ruining out personalities and identities. Or should we let it rest, smile at what we have and live on as we do.
Would you question your happiness at the risk of losing it? Can you be skeptical when it goes against our very emotions and feelings? Would you make your mind accesible to manipulation, or would you retain a level of defensiveness and doubt to protect yourselves from that?
Is it possible to stay happy, if you are being skeptical of those very emotions? If not, is it worth it?
What are we happy about, and what should we be happy about?
Unanswerable questions drive me... they drive me nuts! Is that which is considered healthy as this society, also fundamentally healthy? Psychologically speaking, how many barriers should we uphold, and how many should we tear down.
Is the existance of naivety essential to preserve our identity, or can we truely live, qualitatively, without?
From a psychological point of view, how should I deal with the above contention? Or perhaps not deal with it at all?