This is one of the most incredible and artistic things I've seen, perfectly encapsulates a lot of things right now! I don't know if its what you were going for, but my interpretation was that the guy gets up every morning to take a coffee with a vitamin pill (great idea by the way, i should try it myself) for him to demonstrate him caring for himself and getting ready to meet social expectations, and he's literally launched to work. His work is repetitive and occurs at a desk, where he gamifies it for himself for him to tolerate it. I felt like what we see next was really cool, with the homeless getting fed, people becoming healthier and happy. And even though I'd like to assume it was literal and fantastic, it feels like its what the guy feels/ tells himself is the result of his work: that it somehow helps the world become a better place. Once he's done with work, its him struggling to retain his sense of self identity so he doesn't become lost in the crowd, and he always needs to remind himself of who he truly is as a person. Its what I interpreted, and what I related to, and it was done really beautifully while exemplifying the best of artistic flash animation to me.
I came here after seeing "I want to see you Happy" short, and watching "A House in the Clouds" immediately without knowing that you were responsible for both of them. Then I came here, looked for more examples of your work, and when I did realize you made both of those things in addition to this, I was amazed. Youve developed and changed so much over different periods of time.
You've retained a lot of the charm that seems characteristic of your work since House in the Clouds, and your improvement from since then is highly visible as well in everything youve made since then. You've learned how to keep people interested in your characters and their actions while conveying more graceful animation and much better timing, which is present here and aids a lot in conveying a broader message while letting us appreciate the way your characters behave.
"I want to see you Happy" demonstrates a lot of the best of what you've grown in and seamlessly conveys a lot, while retaining your classic hallmark of sending a message in a graceful and, for lack of better words, refined yet unpretentious way. I love your work and what you do!