I was ostensibly cleaning up my office just now when I came across my word book, (pictured, left), and decided that pondering words is infinitely more important than a clean office. After all, what is the use of a word book if one isn't constantly leafing through it to see what one has?
Apparently one has words one has totally forgotten about.
It means the following:
1. A state of happiness and well-being
2. In Aristotelian philosophy, happiness in a life of activity governed by reason.
(Ah, those ancient Greeks, all about reason)
I am in a state of eudemonia this morning because I finally sent out my first newsletter last night. If laboring for hours to learn new software is not a state of activity governed by reason, I don't know what is.