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|You must indulge in something positive that makes you happy. A keen interest in |
ensuring that everyone is as happy as you are might be fatal to your own growth
and success. To be happy, we must not be too concerned with others. ~Albert ...
|QuotationsBook.com. him; and you are torn by the thought of the unhappiness |
and night you cast, by the mere fact of living, in the hearts you encounter. -
Camus, Albert To be happy we must not be too concerned with others. - Camus,
Richard Douthwaite, Gillian Fallon - 2013 - 457 pages
|But we must not leave morality to religions; it is something we all need to concern |
ourselves with, whether we take a religious view of the world or not. Morality can
be thought of as another way of naming politics, since politics too is concerned
with human and planetary ... is the big mantra within growth economics: we are
promised enormous numbers of choices, which are supposed to make us happy.
|Scripture: John 15:12 Visual Aid: A turnip or other unpopular vegetable; |
chocolate chip cookies. Handouts: ... Second, that we should love each other, not
just a little, but as much as we love ourselves. Sometimes ... It is a command that
we must try to obey. ... It is a concern that they, too, know about Jesus and his
love. We ...
Rajiv Mehrotra - 2006 - 288 pages
|And we must somehow find a way to build on their natural feelings of empathy so |
that they come to have a sense of ... Ultimately, of course, the importance of
concern for others is learned not from words but from actions: the example we set
. This is ... Conversely, when children receive constant affection and protection,
they tend to be much happier and more ... Their physical health tends to be better
|Are you happy 99% of the time or do you constantly wish they would change? |
Take a ... I think we need to get our heads out of the clouds and get down to
reality. ... They trust each other and can BE THEMSELVES with each other. 4. ...
Sometimes we get too concerned about the physical and not enough about
C. D. C. Reeve, Patrick Lee Miller - 2006 - 496 pages
|I. All people, dear brother Gallio,1 want to live happy lives but, when it comes to |
discerning what it is that makes for a happy life, their vision is blurred. ... Nothing
is more important to understand than that we must not, in the manner of sheep,
follow ... capable of the noblest endurance, responsive to circumstances,
concerned for the body and all that affects it but not to the point of anxiety,
conscientious about the other accoutrements of life without being too enamored
of any one thing, ...
|Still, we must not think that the man who is to be happy will need many things or |
great things, merely because he cannot be ... Andhe whoisthat will
presumablybealso thehappiest; so that inthisway too thephilosopher willmore
than any other be happy. .... people of acertain kind (forthe sciences both aresaid
to be,and are, concerned with what isuniversal); not but what some particular
detail may perhaps ...
|God has graciously called us; now we must live up to that calling. ... Do we not |
spend far more energy praying that our children will pass their exams, or get a
good job, or be happy, or not stray too far, than we do ... And Evelyn is doing very
well, too. ... Others are joyous over their children's material prosperity and not
terribly concerned over their children's utter indifference to the God who made
|In the chapter on patience we discussed the fact that our enemies, too, have |
been kind to us. ... All this must not remain on an intellectual or verbal level, for if
we deeply absorb it we will be able to truly realize this type of mind. Having
developed equanimity, we must not remain content but go furó ther and be able
to exchange ourselves for others. ...  Once we have developed this attitude,
we will be able to sacrifice ouró selves and be happy when someone else is
happy, even if ...