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|Andy Zubko. Happiness is not in circumstances, but in ourselves. ... C. P. Snow |
What is your happiness worth when you have to strive and labor for it? ... Henry F.
Amiel Perfect happiness is the absence of the striving for happiness.... — Ch ...
|Chesterton, Gilbert K. Happiness is a continuation of happenings which are not |
resisted. - Chopra, Deepak Happiness is the absence of the striving for
happiness. - Chuang Tzu We think a happy life consists in tranquility of mind. -
|It is not only the “-ities” that have become reified; many important qualities, such |
as love and happiness, also have become frozen and objectlike. ... DEFINING
SUSTAINABILITY Happiness is the absence of the striving for happiness. —
|EVERyDAy. CONTENTMENT. 581 The absence of striving "Happiness is the |
absence of striving for happiness." CHUANC, Tzu (c.36g-286BCE) 582 The art of
being Contentment comes from neither doing nor having, but from being. 583
|Peacemaking is a worthy job. The Chinese philosopher Chuang-tse spoke to this |
point: "Perfect happiness is the absence of the striving for happiness." Those who
seek it as an end in itself, to be sought and/or bought, are the farthest from it.
|What's to conclude a song of life and death? The final note of this piece comes |
from Taoism's great player: "Happiness is the absence of striving for happiness."
— Zhuangzi The Least You Need to Know 4 Nonbeing is a puzzling but
|Now it became both expedient and necessary to develop the technologies by |
which all life as we know it on this planet could be rendered extinct. Perfect
happiness is the absence of striving for happiness. CHUANG. “They” Are Against
|... whereas virtue retains its full value in the absence of happiness, happiness in |
the absence of virtue lacks objective ... we pursue our own happiness only on
maxims that give equal weight to the worth of every rational being; and we strive
|But if, with Jonathan Lear, we scrutinize these thinkers' attempts to explain human behavior in terms of a higher principle--whether happiness or death--the pictures fall apart.|
|Happiness is an elusive concept. It may be easier to define 'negative' happiness |
as an absence of suffering. It can become an ideal for which we strive, and that
very striving may cause us untold disappointment and loss. Such striving may ...