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Happiness

Happiness

bullet You are always punished for too much happiness.
bullet The less we understand, the happier we may be.
bullet Happiness always seems just out of reach.
bullet The more sensitive we are, the less chance we have of being happy.
bullet To be happy we should not concern ourselves too much about others.
bullet The search for happiness is one cause of unhappiness.
bullet To chase after happiness is to run from contentment.
bullet The happiest people often seem the ones with the least reason for being so.
bullet You won’t be happy if you think too much.
bullet The bird of happiness goes to the hand that does not try to grasp it.
bullet Happiness and sorrow are close relatives.
bullet The malicious have a dark happiness.
bullet Hope is the greatest happiness we may allow ourselves.
bullet Lack of memory is often essential for happiness.
bullet Happiness is often nothing more than good health and poor memory.
bullet Happiness is liking what you do and doing what you like.
bullet Happiness is being able to admire without desiring.
bullet One secret of happiness is gratitude.
bullet Don’t confuse money with happiness.
bullet You are not happy, unless you think you are.
bullet Happiness vanishes when envy appears.
bullet Beauty is the promise of happiness.
bullet From happiness to sorrow may take a moment.  From sorrow to happiness may take years.
bullet “When I start feeling happy I ask myself, ‘Where’s the catch?'”
bullet Not everyone who laughs is happy.
bullet Happiness is not wanting for anything.
bullet Imagination may not make us wise but it may make us happy.
bullet Happiness is just being happy.
bullet You can live happily if you spread some happiness – a pleasure shared is twice as pleasing.
bullet Happiness belongs to those who think of others.
bullet To be without some of the things you want is an indispensable part of happiness.
bullet One road to happiness is acceptance