Symmetrical World

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(Credit: Vinayaraj, wikipedia)

In your mind, the world is perfectly symmetrical. For every good there is an evil, for every colour there is a complement and for every point there is a counterpoint.

Does that mean that somewhere there is a person who is my complement? Someone who is happy when I am unhappy and who bought a red bicycle when I decided on a green car?

Does that mean that if I work to become happier, he will become more unhappy? Would it then be wrong of me then to increase my own happiness?

And on a larger scale, would it be impossible for everyone to be happy at once?

I hope you are wrong.

Because it seems incredibly unfair to me, if it is impossible for someone to be happy unless someone else is in the dumps.

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