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I think this question is similar to the one about whether or not money can buy you happiness. In the short term, I think the answer is yes. Yet like with anything else, the initial happiness would wear off. I would imagine it would take a lot of work to maintain that absolute power because there would always be someone who wants what you have. That makes it work - hard work - so I don't the person would be happy about it.
Yes! If you mean, I don't have to answer to anybody. And I choose happiness...
All right, this may seem over simplified, but in a Hub I have already posted, The Essense of Happiness, I state, 'As if by magic, once you choose to be happy - you are.'
It all began for me when I left my past behind (so to speak) and went to a place where I knew no one. Of course I had absolute power... over no one. I was alone. All alone in my own little world. I could (and still do) stay up all night. I could have ice cream for breakfast (now I've switched to Frozen Yogurt.) I could literally do as I damn well pleased. And I still do. I don't have to answer to anybody.
I have been alone for over 20 years now, and I've been happy for most of them. La de da!
by Andrew Hawkley9 years ago
I don't think absolute power is even a technical possibility but if it is does that make God absolutely corrupt?
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