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Do you feel at any time that Euphoria blurs your far vision?

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Asked by soumyen sarkar, 25 May '12 10:32 pm
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Right soumyen! you should never get into a euphoric stupor.. . It hardly fetches anything good except a transient state of elation and rapture... It numbs your sensibility and obscures your far-sightedness.. Hence live in a realistic world..., be practical, pragmatic worldly-wise..to perform your duties and responsibilities for a satisfied, happy and care-free life........ blind slipping into Euphoria may lead you to a disastrous consequence.........., take care!!!!
Answered by mimlu, 26 May '12 04:20 pm

 
  
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Sometime last week, I was slightly indisposed owing to over-exertion, when instantly I was sent into a period of ultimate calm lucidity, euphoric happiness overwhelmed me, and I noticed an instant change within my environment. This can be triggered in many ways and in a sense it dissolves the boundary between the idea of you and the rest of your experience at that moment, which are supposed to be life-changing. Friends around me suddenly appeared to be experiencing this aura of ultimate happiness and nothing phased me. I made a few friends with random within seconds flat and it was awesome. This lasted approximately an hour or so without blurring my far-vision. The main reason for this is a phenomenon referred to as receptor trafficking. You could always make yourself miserable and trick yourself into think you are happy. You can maintain a certain euphoria from just living life on life's terms, Mr. Soumyen :-)
Answered by Dil Se, 26 May '12 06:16 pm

 
  
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Sometimes I explore a big hurdle and be in 9th cloud after clinching over it , But probably I am then limiting my choices only to what seems possible or reasonable. I then may be disconnecting myself from what I truly want, and all that is then left, is a compromise.....may be a respectful and willing compromise ...and may be that's my vision ...may not be a good vision but it's never blurred
Answered by PARTHA PATHAK, 26 May '12 04:47 pm

 
  
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Euphoria as such blurs the vision - Far or near.
Answered by manish varma, 26 May '12 07:16 am

 
  
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Yes
Answered by vijay, 25 May '12 11:41 pm

 
  
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Yes at times may dat be the reason ppl say dnt promise anyone about anything when being in dat euphoric state..........u may not fullfill ur own promise when time cms which u promised in dat highly ecstatic mood...........:-)
Answered by Bhuvana, 25 May '12 10:47 pm

 
  
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No sir, never felt that yet
Answered by Annes, 25 May '12 10:35 pm

 
  
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