Happiness Quotes

Happiness Quotes

Henry David Thoreau Man is the artificer of his own happiness.
Thomas Szasz Happiness is an imaginary condition, formerly attributed by the living to the dead, now usually attributed by adults to children, and by children to adults.
Oscar Wilde Some cause happiness wherever they go; others whenever they go.
Buddha Thousands of candles can be lighted from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened. Happiness never decreases by being shared.
Jennifer Louden I define comfort as self-acceptance. When we finally learn that self-care begins and ends with ourselves, we no longer demand sustenance and happiness from others.
Rita Mae Brown One of the keys to happiness is a bad memory.
Samuel Johnson Wine makes a man more pleased with himself; I do not say that it makes him more pleasing to others.
William Cowper The only true happiness comes from squandering ourselves for a purpose.
Abraham Lincoln In this sad world of ours, sorrow comes to all... Perfect relief is not possible, except with time. You cannot now realize that you will ever feel better... And yet this is a mistake. You are sure to be happy again.
Jonathan Swift Happiness is the perpetual possession of being well deceived.
Alfred Lord Tennyson The happiness of a man in this life does not consist in the absence but in the mastery of his passions.
Henri-Frederic Amiel Happiness gives us the energy which is the basis of health.
Abraham Lincoln People are about as happy as they make up their minds to be.
A. Lawrence Lowell Pleasure is a by-product of doing something that is worth doing. Therefore, do not seek pleasure as such. Pleasure comes of seeking something else, and comes by the way.
Woodrow Wilson When you have read the Bible, you will know it is the word of God, because you will have found it the key to your own heart, your own happiness, and your own duty.
Dr. Smiley Blanton The truth is that all of us attain the greatest success and happiness possible in this life whenever we use our native capacities to their greatest extent.
Gustave Flaubert To be stupid, selfish, and have good health are three requirements for happiness, though if stupidity is lacking, all is lost.

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