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Unformatted text preview: his castle immediately. He ignores the other building options because he believes that his castle will stand even though he is aware that the other choices are much better. Although there is a possibility that the man will feel slight happiness that his castle has been built quickly, the daunting thought that his castle might fall will taint his happiness proving that true happiness cannot be found when the means to achievement have not been honest or solid. In the example previously stated, the man did not achieve true happiness because he was always aware of the fact that his castle may fall due to his lack of building it properly. Achieving wealth, fame, and reputation can bring happiness however, if one chooses to acquire these things dishonestly, one will always be like the man with the castle of cards and his happiness will not be true. Kyle Gring PHI 102-18 Word Count: 307...
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