Arès the word happiness
everywhere in it.
It is the invisible air that its reader
Just as the
universe is in an astronomical telescope, happiness is the
the Word brings us.
Why change the
(Rev of Arès 28/7), if the action does not end up at happiness?
why our faith is active.
The word happy is still rarer in The Revelation of Arès. At the verse
describes one and the same type of believer, the man or woman who keeps
unfailingly with penitence under
hard circumstances, which the beatitudes mention: scandal, poverty,
and injustice, whilst retaining virtue, love, peace, generosity at
At the verse (9/6) happiness means
between husband and wife; at (37/9)
means happiness kept in
grief ; at
(xxvi/12) it means happiness kept
It is just at the verse (36/23) that happiness
has an absolute meaning: Happiness
not weighed in time, but in eternity. That is the whole
point; there is no
need of development. Absolute eternal happiness
was what I was thinking of when entitling this entry happiness.
The world has continuously used the word happiness
since time immemorial in all possible forms, even extreme ones. The
Frenchtelevision channel M6 presented a show called "I’ve decided
that I’ll be
happy" on January 31 and told that they would soon present
called "Happiness can be learned." Not
prostitution, but happiness
trading in my opinion is the oldest job in the world.
Modern philosopher Vincent Cespedes, the author of "I love
you, another love
policy" protests against the "happinessism
he actually does not do anything but be akin to all those who for
claimed that happiness is just a question of training or formulae, or
from realities, or a matter of elation or euphoria.
Bruckner writes in an antinomical way, "I love life too much, so I
don’t want to
be happy," which does not mean anything, but permits him to publish a
which makes him different. In short, people on earth can only talk
hats of happiness either relative or momentary.
We Arès Pilgrims do not refuse to accept times of happiness in our
lives, but we aim to absolute eternal happiness
in its beginnings which the joyful
festive times of penitence
us (Rev of Arès 30/10-11), thereby
puzzle those who can see happiness only as momentary exhilarations or
to penitence, which they see as
something sad while we see it as joyful.
makes us happy, we have been somewhere else
We know that the path
absolute happiness is not the way
the seekers after earthly happiness. Actually, we accept earthly
well as absolute happiness, but we do not mistake one for another.
We are aware that absolute happines, that
which Adam lived through in the Garden of Eden, is
not weighed in time but in eternity (Rev of Arès 36/23), it
is Life totally free from worries,
diseases, aging and death.