Why Intelligent People Can’t find Happiness

 April 23, 2017

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Why Intelligent People Can't find Happiness



12) Most intelligent people can be socially awkward and do not forget things so easily:

Most people take advantage of loopholes or failures in conversations with intelligent people. They often get berated socially when others take an upper hand in social situations.

 

13) Intelligent people often fear that they are losing their brainpower easily:

They are oozing with sensitivity for humanity and often miss humour and subtle attacks on their self esteem. They often later analyze and over rationalize only to depress themselves easily. Because Aristotle prescribes so —“All men who have attained excellence in philosophy, in poetry, in art and in politics — even Socrates and Plato — had a melancholic habitus; indeed, some suffered even from melancholic disease.”

A lot of intelligent people aren’t always successful and might be subordinate to people with lesser educational degrees and intellect. Formal institutions often summarize the need of special understanding of intelligence needs. A lot of intelligent people crack under pressure and are imaginative and creative souls. They could easily be manipulated and feel unhappy.




“I am so clever that sometimes I don’t understand a single word of what I am saying.”
― Oscar Wilde, The Happy Prince and Other Stories

 

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