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|The artificer is an intermediate term between the artist and the artisan: |
manufacturers are artificers ; and, hi an ... Man must be in a certain decree the
artificer of his own happiness ; the tools and materials may 1« put into his hands
hy the ...
|C.P. Snow Sometimes it's hard to avoid the happiness of others. – David Assael |
Man is the artificer of his own happiness. – Henry David Thoreau If we cannot live
so as to be happy, let us least live so as to deserve it. – Immanuel Hermann ...
Burton Egbert Stevenson - 1948 - Snippet view
|(1736) 2 Every man is the architect of his own fortune. ... (1818) Man is the |
artificer of his own happiness. ... We have not a commoner saying among us than
“Every man is the architect of his own fortune," and we have very few much older.
|Break Through to a Life of Happiness Montel Williams, William Doyle. It's never |
the events that ... on temperament as on fortune. —FRANCOIS DE LA
ROCHEFOUCAULD SEVENTEENTH CENTURY Man is the artificer of his own
|Seneca (4? BC - 65 AD) ** Man is the artificer of his own happiness. ** Henry |
David Thoreau (1817 - 1862), Journal, January 21, 1838 ** Seek not happiness
too greedily, and be not fearful of happiness. ** Lao-tzu (604 - 531 BC) **
|Happiness. 1 . Happiness depends upon what you can give, not what you can |
get. - Gandhi. 2. The best secret of happiness is renunciation. - Andrew Carnegie.
3. ... John Stuart Mill. 9. Man is the artificer of his own happiness -Thoreau.
|Journal, February 9, 1839 O for a man who is a man, and, as my neighbor says, |
has a bone in his back which you cannot pass your hand through! Miscellanies, "
Civil Disobedience" Man is the artificer of his own happiness. Journal, January ...
|Goethe Happiness comes not so much by occasional good fortune, but by little |
advantages that occur every day. — B. Franklin Man is the artificer of his own
happiness. — David Henry Thoreau — Also see Pleasure & Contentment H ATE I
|It is not surprising then that happiness should become a topic of tremendous |
research interest. Furthermore, whereas earlier thinkers, lacking ... Concluding
Remarks Man is the artificer of his own happiness. —Henry David Thoreau We
|To be stupid, selfish, and have good health are three requirements for happiness, |
though if stupidity is lacking, all is lost. Gustave Flaubert Man is the artificer of his
own happiness. Henry David Thoreau lf we cannot live so as to be happy, ...