Chris Walsh (chris_walsh) wrote,
Chris Walsh
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The Right Kind of Happiness

There was a chance yesterday that I might run into someone who's having a pretty significant life shake-up. I know of the shake-up because they talked about it. ("They" is the pronoun I'm using here, for a very particular reason that you don't need to know for this entry to work.) It's not a death-level shake-up, everyone involved will be OK; still, it involves good people I'm acquainted with and who I like. If I ran into this certain person, I wanted to be ready to give them good thoughts.

I didn't, but I felt I had a good thought to pass along if I did: "I hope you find the right kind of happiness."

...you know, I really don't feel I need to expand on that thought. Seems pretty self-explanatory.

I hope I find my right happiness. I hope you find yours, too.
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