What would prove you wrong, Mark?

I claim that core happiness comes from satisfying long-term, ongoing innate needs. One of the major innate needs is to reduce our anxiety, by feeling resilient. Therefore, there would be a big hole in my theory if I met just one person who convinced me that they chronically suffered anxiety and were happy.

Or, I might be proven wrong if someone comes up with a better theory.

Or, if I come up with a better theory.

In each case I would either modify my current theory, or ditch it.

Do you, dear reader, have ideas which suggest I’m wrong?

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