The Only Happiness Quotes You Will Ever Need To Understand Happiness
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Here are the tips for happiness:
"The greatest joy there is in life is creating."
"Two rules for happy living: 1. Be able to experience anything. 2. Cause only those things which others are able to experience easily."
"Happiness could be said to be the overcoming of not unknowable obstacles toward a known and desirable goal."
"Happiness and strength endure only in the absence of hate. To hate alone is the road to disaster. To love is the road to strength. To love in spite of all is the secret of greatness. And may very well be the greatest secret in this universe."
"To do one’s task without becoming furious at others who seek to prevent one is a mark of greatness - and sanity. And only then can one be happy."
Well, the clue to happiness is being interested in life. People’s happiness is as great as they can create it.
"There are many, many things we could do, and the least of them is to take a look at the environment. You know, just look around and say, “Where am I? What am I doing here?”
And then, once you have found out where you are, why, try to find out how you can make that a little more habitable.
The day when you stop building your own environment, when you stop building your own surroundings, when you stop waving a magic hand and gracing everything around you with magic and beauty, things cease to be magical, things cease to be beautiful.
"Children in the West are commonly asked `What are you going to BE when you grow up?' It is a silly question and can drive any child up the wall. Because it's the wrong question—hits the wrong end of the cycle."
"He is also asked, `What are you going to DO in life?' That's just as bad. It is quite difficult to answer."
"If we asked children, `What do you want to PRODUCE in life?' we could probably get a workable answer. From that he could figure out what he'd have to do to produce that and from that he could know what he had to BE. Then, with a little cooperation he would be able to lead a happy and valuable life."
"A lot of people and businesses fail because they don't do this."