Joys’ Flames

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Monday 27 August 2018 by Matthieu Giroux

A simple phrase, which is understood differently for our mind, for each reading, means that the book has released, or has created a childhood’s joy. When children should enjoy, it is good to remember what happiness is and its flame, joy. Joy is for the child happiness. For the adult, enjoyment gives way to joy. Thus, the adult remembers his childhood’s joys , to rise himself. He is like a child, seeking his creation’s happiness.

The more you remember your childhood’s joys, the more you want to create beautiful ideas. Enjoyment is therefore only an unnatural joy. It is a joy that lasts artificially. So doubt’s moments can be valued, thanks to his childhood. We can even scrutinize his happiness, not his enjoyment, to awaken his creative mind, not his idle mind, to do the best, not the past nostalgia.

Thinking about the joys of one’s childhood is not nostalgia, redundant and vain. It is preparing beautiful meetings, thanks to the naivety and sincerity of his education’s principles. The principles will then be improved.

For a child, happiness and joy are linked. An adult that is looking for happiness and joy can move away. Joy and enjoyment contradict each other. The joy is clear and limpid. Enjoyment is the perversion of a joy, which one wants to continue, so that it becomes eternal. Joy is an initiating flame. We prefer to think about a joy, rather than a jouissance. The joy is safe and reliable, close despite everything. Enjoyment is artificial. It asks about the secret that whoever has it. Otherwise it creates jealousy. Joy is a pleasure not perverted by desire. The one who is happy knows that every moments are important. Thus he distinguishes joy from jouissance.

Happiness and joy

Being happy alone is being alone with the flame of one’s childhood. Common happiness wants to transform that flame, seeking the truth. A flame is a living energy’s moment , where the wearer seeks his home’s warmth and longevity. Happiness is reviving or creating a flame. A fugue is a flame that oscillates. Happiness is having found one’s truth or the truth. We benefit then. To create is to rekindle a flame of his childhood, in order to transform that we see into a childhood dream. Here are his childhood’s joys that revive this flame.

Beauty of joy

The word joy is very often associated with his childhood, in the classical reflection. Childhood is that is repeated in our minds, all our lives. Thus our childhood’s joys can only grow our ardor, giving it meaning. Poetry’s warmth or singing is the heat that allows you to become a child again.

Childhood’s sweet joys are able to dissociate to recreate with simple sentences read, that we understand differently. If that completes us, then happiness is found. The childish joy is galvanized and better elaborated. An eternal beauty is a childish joy, which is complete.

To seek happiness is to understand the joys of one’s childhood. A childlike joy is a joyous mystery, which transforms us into a beauty’s messenger, therefore with the eternity felt with happiness found. Indeed beauty is a relationship to eternity, a desire to see eternal life.

The fun
Happiness and joy are similar for children.

Childlike joy’s warmth vibrates us, as if we were younger at the moment, to better understand ourselves and strengthen our happiness. A childish joy is a happiness capable to transform us. We find happiness in a song, when its joy follows the song. That’s why singing makes us happy.

A joker, who makes fun of himself, wants to find his childhood, the laughter’s joy he created or listened to. The funny is the one who knows how to better analyze the people happiness, because he regularly finds our happiness with our smiles and laughter. The humorist tries to make fun. The funny laughs already in his soul.

Joy is our childhood’s flame to galvanize with laughter and singing. A flame revives us when the child awakens from us. A happy flame is then a childish joy continues, duplicates or transforms itself. A flame can leave easily. Happiness is finding that flame. The funny is the one who wants to reinforce his childhood, by the flames of his childhood joy.

The flame of a joy is revived. Beauty is eternal. Finding beauty, which is its flame, makes us warriors or jokers.

My notes

Exaggerate your character traits, to laugh at you.