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|Rohr, Richard Happiness depends more on how life strikes you than on what |
happens. - Rooney, Andy Happiness is not a goal, it is a by-product. - Roosevelt,
Eleanor Happiness lies in the joy of achievement and the thrill of creative effort.
|Eleanor Roosevelt: “Happiness is not a goal; it is a by-product.” Leo Tolstoy: “If |
you want to be happy, be.” Mark Twain: “The best way to cheer yourself up is to
try to cheer somebody else up.” “Happiness is a Swedish sunset; it is there for all,
|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, ...
|Why not make a list of nurturing things both large and small? Make a list of things |
you would love to have someone do for you, and ... Happiness is not a goal; it is a
by-product. — Eleanor Roosevelt, U.S. writer, delegate to the United Nations, ...
|Mrs. Roosevelt expresses her philosophy of life by relating the experiences which have enabled her to cope with personal and public responsibilities|
|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
|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
|... public action is very close to Arendt's vision of politics — since it involves action |
in concert for a common political goal. ... its effects in therapeutic terms.57 At best
"public happiness" was not a goal so much as a by-product or side-benefit of ...
|When the virtuous woman stopped pursuing happiness, and settled into joy, she |
found it! ... In her book, The Desires ofa Woman's Heart, (9) Beverly LaHaye says,
“Happiness is not a goal to be sought, but a byproduct ofa life in obedience to ...
|Happiness. It is often the size of the gap between your present situation and the |
conditions and circumstances that you feel that ... Happiness. Is. a. By-Product.
The interesting thing about happiness is that it is not a goal that you can aim at