LONELY @ THE TOP – Scared To Be Happy vs. Happy To Be Scared Starring Dinah Jane Hansen

why am i, scared of happy ..

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it’s lonely at the top

Definition —used to say that powerful and successful people often have few friends


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Moral Of The Story (And This Is Important Because?)

“They say it’s lonely at the top, in whatever you do
You always gotta watch motherfuckers around you
Nobody’s invincible, no plan is foolproof
We all must meet our moment of truth”

-Moment Of Truth
Guru from Gangstarr

Let’s see here.

From my own personal experience in life, individuals will have a tendency of being scared to be happy while existing in a world full of people who are happy to be scared, because those who are happy to be scared find that their misery helps them to gain company and acceptance from the many others who are also scared and happy to know that they are not alone in it, and will gain acceptance from others from it (unhappiness/misery).

So it often causes those who are naturally joyful to be scared of being happy because they know that they may experience some rejection from those who are happy to be scared, at the bottom, with a lack of success, but with plenty of company.



A Different Perspective To Consider.
Taken on Thursday 1-28-2016 PM Pacific Standard Time
Location = The Kingdom Back Hills
Weather = Clear @ 73 Degrees
Taken By – Rylan Branch

Just bring those naturally joyful people up here to where I tend to be found as pictured up above, so that we can enjoy each others company and maintain and even increase our happiness and eliminate any and all fear because we rise and remain on high by uplifting others.


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I mean, stars and heavenly bodies belong up high and shining, according to The Creator’s Vision, write?


A “Lion King” perspective to consider.