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|Happier of happy though I be like them I cannot take possession of the sky, |
Mount with a thoughtless impulse, and wheel there, One of a mighty multitude
whose way and motion is a harmony and dance Magnificent. ENGLISH POET
|should still choose each of them'), but also for the sake of happiness, 'judging that |
through them we shall be happy' (1097 a ... them we shall be happy, even though
, if we considered the question of happiness, we might then pursue them for the
sake ... I cannot so identify the others; and if I identify one of them with happiness,
I cannot see myself as pursuing my other ... This set of positions is difficult to
assess, because Aristotle does not explain how we are to take the crucial
|At the same time, once they get used to something that makes them happy, they |
cannot bear to part with it, and being deprived of it ... which they were likely to
become used to improved living conditions and take them for granted and that
they felt more dissatisfied with their ... Even though they had imagined that
studying abroad would make them happier, many became less happy once they
went abroad ...
|Similarly, itis your duty to first take care of yourown state of mind and emotional |
health before you can take care of ... your parents, your colleagues are happy but
if you are yourself in pain, or are unhappy, how will youtake care of them?
Happiness is not making others happy but first being happy yourself andthen
spreading and sharing the same with ... to happiness or astable mind, you cannot
give your children happiness unless you yourself are happy and emotionallyat
|7 Blessed " are the The happiness of heaven will certainly fill the merciful* "for |
they soul; their righteousness shall be ... The merciful are happy. .... To see Him
as He is, face to face, not through a elass darkly; to sec Him as ours, and enjoy
Him; to see Him and be like Him, and satisfied with ... What pleasur^could nn
unsanctified soul take in the vision of a holy God? ... all as he has opportunity, not
injuring any, but wishing and praying for the happiness of those whom be cannot
|But if we do evil in present life, we cannot become happy in human lives in the |
future until we finish atonement. Until we complete ... So they are reincarnated
happier and happier. But everybody cannot be like them. Author ... If a woman is
loved by a man, she essentially rules him though she follows him formally.
Namely, in ...
|Those who take pleasure in argument* which answer no other purpose but to ex» |
ercise their ingenuity, may amuse them* ... it may not be poflible to regulate those
affections which they cannot suppress, and, by directing them to proper objects,
to find in them a source of happiness, which, though it can neither prevent
sufferings, nor take away the fense of them, may ... for that (if it were possible)
would only debase the mind, not make it happy: — but to cultivate every faculty of
the soul ...
|Of all that Ruth was too happy to take any real account. ... It was as though the |
world was saying, or all those “at least who lived in happiness were saying: “This
cannot last, we know that ... Things like that happen to other people, not to
|It is true that what makes you happy does not necessarily make me happy, that |
what makes me happy today does not necessarily make ... But it is not true that
we cannot recognise happiness, when we see it, though we should stress once
again that in our experience ... In practice we can make use of certain external
symptoms particularly within a society. ... More to the point, since 'being happy'
cannot be divorced from 'feeling happy' and since the same applies to those