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|Blessed and Happiness In the biblical sense, blessed means bone deep, peace |
filled favor and happiness. Indeed ... Happiness is never a primary goal in one's
life. ... Happiness is not a goal, but always a by-product of obedience to God.
|Happiness is good health and a bad memory. —Ingrid Bergman Happiness is not |
a goal, it is a by-product. —Eleanor Roosevelt LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1.
Analyze and assess happiness as applicable to the safety and health function. 2.
|Roosevelt wrote You Learn by Living at the age of seventy-six, just two years before her death. The commonsense ideas'¿¿and heartfelt ideals'¿¿presented in this volume are as relevant today as they were five decades ago.|
|My goal in this chapter is not to suggest our children's happiness is unimportant. |
My goal is to remind you that happiness should not be a goal. It is a by-product of
doing what is right and adding value to oth- ers. True satisfaction, for ourselves ...
|Mirth, merriment, and gladness can all be assumed, and so are subject to |
pretense, but happiness cannot be pretended ; it can only be experienced. ...
Happiness, however, is not the goal of life, but rather is it a by-product of noble
|Happiness is not a goal; it is a by-product. Eleanor Roosevelt All went too fast for |
Mimmo that early Saturday morning. He was still puzzled by the chain of events:
soldiers in the city center, Hadrianna's rush exodus, a van full of people, ...
|Conclusion 2 Happiness is not the goal of life. The pursuit of happiness is not the |
goal. In fact, the more you pursue happiness, the less likely you are to find it. It
cannot be found by looking for it, for happiness is a by—product of another
|There is no discrimination on the basis of religion, creed, gender, or race, |
because the goals of human happiness and ... Happiness is not a goal; it is not
something that people can aim at directly. ... It would seem that people cannot
attain happiness except as a by-product of the satisfaction of their preferences for
|Now in a beautiful, expanded edition, Gretchen offers a wealth of new material including happiness paradoxes and practical tips on many daily matters: being a more light-hearted parent, sticking to a fitness routine, getting your sweetheart ...|
|Their goal is perhaps more modest—to allow people to feel more adjusted to |
their lives or, at the very least, to feel less miserable. How about ... Happiness is
not so much a feeling to be attained as it is a by-product of how we live. This