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|It is not how much we have, but how much we enjoy, that makes happiness. - |
Spurgeon, Charles Haddon There can be no happiness if the things we believe
in are different from the things we do. - Stark, Freya The human spirit needs to ...
|by in their own opinion: No one's toes are so often trodden on by the black ox as |
theirs, the snow falls thickest round their door, and the hail rattles hardest on their
... It is not how much we have, but how much we enjoy, that makes happiness.
|Sometimes in our quest for success, we lose sight of our original motivation for |
the dream. Charles Spurgeon said, “It's not how much we have, but how much we
enjoy, that makes happiness.” When my two children and I first lived in our small
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|(For after all these things do the Gentiles seek) for your heavenly Father knoweth |
you have need of all these things. But seek ye ... It is not how much we have, but
how much we enjoy what we do have that gives us true happiness! Someone ...
|Not just to read about it or talk about it, but to walk in it and experience true |
happiness as a daily reality. ... Our fast- paced, high-pressure society urges us to
accomplish as much as we can as quickly as we can—so we can then ... us to
enjoy and make the most of every day we live. After years of ministry and
interacting with people, I have come to believe that people desperately want to
enjoy their ...
|The bestselling author of The How of Happiness reveals how to find opportunity in life’s thorniest moments Focusing on life’s biggest, messiest moments, Sonja Lyubomirsky provides readers with the clear-eyed vision they need to build ...|
|The happiness is also dependent on how much we achieve compared to our |
expectations. ... As we get success in our job, wealth or relations, our expectation
level increases and we may not feel happy with the same amount of success
achieved earlier. ... The extra material comforts we now enjoy have increased our
happiness somewhat, but deteriorating relationships have made us less happy.
We live ...
|How Our Brains Make Us Happy--and what We Can Do to Get Happier Stefan |
Klein ... When we're only dimly aware of our happiness, we not only forfeit the
happiness, but also the knowledge about what it is that we like and what helps us
. ... These people are usually very dissatisfied, but often much less so than they
|and teachers—encourage good character because they believe that decent |
people are better and happier than others. People who act ... But many
mistakenly believe that what is right will make them unhappy and what is wrong
will make them happy. ... Ashamed afterward, most of us who are honest with
ourselves can admit not only that we should have known better but that ... People
who cannot be trusted never enjoy the trustworthy companions who contribute so
much to our lives.