There are some days when I think I’m going to die from an overdose of satisfaction. - Salvador Dali The secret of happiness is to find a cong...
There are some days when I think I’m going to die from an overdose of satisfaction. – Salvador Dali
The secret of happiness is to find a congenial monotony.- V.S. Pritchett
Happiness is so hard to define and foolish to define. Am I acting? That’s the worst thing you can ask yourself. You can be happy suddenly. It can spring on you, not when you reach a plateau. You can be happy going backward or going down. You can be happy at the loss of something.– Steve Martin
We are no longer happy so soon as we wish to be happier. – Walter Savage Landor
The search for happiness is one of the chief sources of unhappiness. – Eric Hoffer, The Passionate State of Mind, 1954
My life has no purpose, no direction, no aim, no meaning, and yet I’m happy. I can’t figure it out. What am I doing right? – Charles Schulz
A joyful heart is like the sunshine of God’s love, the hope of eternal happiness. – Mother Teresa
Real elation is when you feel you could touch a star without standing on tiptoe. – Doug Larson
The only way to avoid being miserable is not to have enough leisure to wonder whether you are happy or not. – George Bernard Shaw
The art of being happy lies in the power of extracting happiness from common things. – Henry Ward Beecher
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I Discovered the Secret to Happiness at 7-11 – Not to sound like someone pitching a self-help seminar, but I’ve been giving this a lot of thought and also been doing some experimentation and I believe I’ve found the secret to being happy – and it’s incredibly simple and entirely …
Why can happiness be so elusive? | Slow Leadership – Posted on 01 August 2007 This is the new home of the Slow Leadership blog, using the WordPress platform. Articles posted between 2005 and June 2007 can still be read on the old URL: www. Until you can work out where happiness comes from (at least for you), youâ ll always be chasing it.
Happiness, Anxiety & Control | ::HorsePigCow:: marketing uncommon – researchers conclude that the feeling of control whether real or illusory is one of the wellsprings of mental health. I’m reading a deadly interesting book right now by Dan Gilbert, whose Ted Talk I’ve pointed to before. It’s all about happiness, or, rather, unraveling our conventional wisdom on happiness and understanding how it is intrinsically tied to our forward-thinkingness.