“Happiness is for stupid, ignorant people.” She huffed quietly. “Educated people feel happiness too, I’m sure.” Clarke grinned, looking at the giggling couple infront of the swing set.
“I never said uneducated, do not mistake education for intelligence.
Intelligence is knowing you cannot know everything. Education is believing you know everything.
Besides happiness is contentness, and intellectuals are never content.
Intelligent people never dull their feelings down to just one anyways. They feel blissful, exhilarated, joyful, uncontainable, infinite. Intelligent people feel infinite.”
— An excerpt from a book I hope to write.