Choosing right friends key to happiness…

Choosing right friends key to happiness…

  • The best way to maximise your happiness is to be very picky about who you spend time with, according to a neuroscientist

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God right again.

Thieves hang with thieves, liars listen to liars (See King County Court of Washington State), and saints rejoice with those striving to be saints.

 Do not be misled: “Bad company corrupts good character.” Come back to your senses as you ought, and stop sinning; for there are some who are ignorant of God–I say this to your shame. (1 Corinthians 15:33-34)

To the shame of many a Christian they haven’t figured this out, or did and are very disobedient.


For the record King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg actually prosecuted Sound Doctrine Church (Timothy Williams) because of the striving to be picky as neuroscientist suggest. That, and the fact the Constitution of the United States and the Bill of Rights guarantee the right of association. But hey, King County Prosecutor Dan Satterberg voids the Constitution and Bill of Rights whenever King County Prosecutors and Judges feel like it. Proof? Federal Immigration laws ring any bells?

_____________________________________________________________________ ~ opinion unto righteousness ~ timothy williams
[proverbs 18:2]

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(—According to Dr Cerf the best way to achieve long-term satisfaction is to surround yourself with the right people, writes Business Insider.

‘The more we study engagement, we see time and again that just being next to certain people actually aligns your brain with them’, he said.

‘This means the people you hang out with actually have an impact on your engagement with reality beyond what you can explain. And one of the effects is you become alike.’

Dr Cerf believes that for a happy life people should minimise decision-making altogether.

He claims we falsely believe making the right choices – such as choosing the right clothes or the right places to go on holiday – will make us more satisfied with our lives.

Indeed, Dr Cerf always chooses the second option on the specials menu when he’s out precisely to reduce choice in daily life.

The more important decision we have when going to a restaurant is who to go with, he says.

He also believes we are not capable of making good decisions because our emotions turn rational choices into irrational ones.

If people want to be make life improvements, such as reading more or getting better at cooking, then should spend their time with someone who has those desirable traits and they will naturally pick them up, he claims.