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"Same reason they have trouble experiencing pleasure—their minds are on 50 things at once," I told her. Rote activities—things you could do in your sleep—don't count.
"They choose safe cars as a precaution." Beth was one of the subjects in my informal pleasure survey. The pleasure in them wears off after about ten seconds.
A couple of months ago, I'd heard that the actress Catherine Deneuve cultivated pleasure because she wasn't naturally a happy person. I'd always thought pleasure was beyond my control—like finding a warm spot while swimming in a cool lake. But Deneuve was suggesting that by taking pleasure seriously, she was able to reorient her inner compass and change her feelings, thoughts—and ultimately her entire mood. Did other people consciously seek pleasure to lift their moods? They don't get you to a state of sustained well-being.
I was talking about activities that require considerable attention, like learning a language or painting a mural.