The Aespa stuff is really stupid.
I visualise her sitting in a chair in large, cream-coloured, empty room with one glass wall she's facing that we're looking through while she's reading the poem out of her book.
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I completly drifted away in thought like her, only to come back down to earth to keep on doing the simple things of the day.
As Coyle says, we may have some misgivings about whether governments should be in the business of promoting personal happiness, but they do have a valid role in fostering social wellbeing.
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Yet can that be measured? Words matter, especially when uttered by politicians.
Where do I go from here? Because governments come and governments go — about every six to seven years on average since 1945 — getting too focused on their long-term fiscal aspirations is often pointless.