Why do you DO? To Be. vs You are. Assuming ARE and TO BE are exchangeable as “State”, You [who] DO [thinking] ARE [happy].

Why do you DO? To Be.
vs
You are.
 
Assuming ARE and TO BE are exchangeable as “State”,
 
You [who] DO [thinking] ARE [happy].
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 Or shorter: Thinking == Happy-ing
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 Time tensing can trip this up. Turning everything into an active, present tense allows a combination of “to be” and “doing”. Otherwise, you might have a chicken-and-egg situation with causation.
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