Just when you thought the path to lifelong happiness was uber simple and you had it all figured out, someone slaps you in the face and complicates things. The nerve. [Thanks, Dustin]
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So, taking up Zen Buddhism, doing charity work, and seeing a therapist are last recourses to seeking happiness. (They have no out-going transitions.)
actually, the only fix that the original needed was the feedback loop with “did it work?” .. this chart is so complicated, it would make me unhappy trying to find the path to happiness through it.. and i consider simplicity one part of happiness. :)
This chart be made much more simple by using distinguishable arrows for “yes” and “no”, rather than individual nodes.
By my count, this would reduce the number of elements by 50%.
Also, the “keep doing what you’re doing” node should be larger and more central, since so many paths lead to it.
Hi sidd! It’s an hommage/remix, so those decisions were made for me by the original.
Sorry Rick. I realise that it was meant to be complicated. My response should be taken as tongue-in-cheek. :)
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