Chesterton’s Philosophy of Happiness

“Happiness is a state of the soul; a state in which our natures are full of the wine of an ancient youth, in which banquets last for ever, and roads lead everywhere, where all things are under the exuberant leadership of faith, hope, and charity.” Gilbert Keith Chesterton was an English literary and social critic …

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My first poem: Faraway sigh (Lointain soupir)

When I was in 6th grade, I was already an aspiring writer. I loved expressing myself through words. Inspired through other people's poems, I wrote poems too (quite a lot). Poetry was a way to liberate myself and "engage with my emotions." Dwight Longenecker perfectly explains "Why you need poetry" in an essay. May it …

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