A. If 10,000 people have a dumb idea, it's still a dumb idea.
A. Pizza (hopefully they would figure out how to make it out of broccoli powder or something but still have it taste like the perfect New York slice).
A. Perfect happiness is pure, unadulterated bliss.
Bliss is an innate state of inner joy. It is constant, undisturbed by outward gain or loss. We all have the capacity for it, no matter our age, background, physical or mental disabilities, ethnicity, gender, or religion. External circumstances, whether positive or negative, happy or sad, do not affect it.
It is a state of unity, transcendence, completeness, knowingness, wholeness, and uplifted consciousness; it is a feeling of oneness and connection with all of creation.
Bliss is never boring; it feels ever new, expansive, and infinite. When bliss appears, one instantly recognizes it as the most central of all truths. Bliss is the eternal, forever unchanging reality which permeates the universe.
A. Paramhansa Yogananda, my spiritual teacher who died in 1952. It's not so much what I would want to say to him, I'd just want to be silently in his presence. That conveys infinitely more than words possibly can.
A. I have no great fears only small neuroses.