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We Learn The Inner Secret Of Happiness When We Learn To Direct Our Inner Drives, Our Interest And Our Attention To Something Outside Ourselves.
~ Ethel Perry Andrus
But What Is Happiness Except The Simple Harmony Between A Man And The Life He Leads.
~ Albert Camus
It Is Only A Poor Sort Of Happiness That Could Ever Come By Caring Very Much About Our Own Pleasures. We Can Only Have The Highest Happiness Such As Goes Along With Being A Great Man, By Having Wide Thoughts And Much Feeling For The Rest Of The World As Well As Ourselves.
~ George Eliot
When One Door Of Happiness Closes, Another One Opens, But Often We Look So Long At The Closed Door That We Do Not See The One That Has Been Opened To Us.
~ Helen Kelle
Abiding Happiness Is Not Simply A Possibility, But A Duty All May Live Above The Troubles Of Life Worry Is A Poison And Happiness Is A Medicine.
~ Newell Dwight Hillis
Whenever Any Form Of Government Becomes Destructive Of These Ends Life, Liberty, And The Pursuit Of Happiness It Is The Right Of The People To Alter Or Abolish It, And To Institute New Government...
~ Thomas Jefferson (The Declaration of Independence)
If There Were In The World Today Any Large Number Of People Who Desired Their Own Happiness More Than They Desired The Unhappiness Of Others, We Could Have Paradise In A Few Years.
~ Bertrand Russell
We Are Long Before We Are Convinced That Happiness Is Never To Be Found, And Each Believes It Possessed By Others, To Keep Alive The Hope Of Obtaining It For Himself.
~ Aldous Huxley
One Of The Indictments Of Civilizations Is That Happiness And Intelligence Are So Rarely Found In The Same Person.
~ William Feathe
The Ideals Which Have Always Shone Before Me And Filled Me With The Joy Of Living Are Goodness, Beauty, And Truth. To Make A Goal Of Comfort Or Happiness Has Never Appealed To Me; A System Of Ethics Built On This Basis Would Be Sufficient Only For A Herd Of Cattle.
~ Albert Einstein
A Great Obstacle To Happiness Is To Anticipate Too Great A Happiness.
~ Euripides
I Am Still Determined To Be Cheerful And Happy, In Whatever Situation I May Be; For I Have Also Learned From Experience That The Greater Part Of Our Happiness Or Misery Depends Upon Our Dispositions, And Not Upon Our Circumstances.
~ Martha Washington
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