Happiness Quotes

I was happy but happy is an adult world. You don't have to ask a child about happy, you see it. They are or they are not Adults talk about being happy because largely they are not. Talking about it is the same as trying to catch the wind. Much easier to let it blow all over you. This is where I disagree with the philosophers. They talk about passionate things but there is no passion in them. Never talk happiness with a philosopher

Jeanette Winterson

I understand by this passion the union of desire, friendship, and tenderness, which is inflamed by a single female, which prefers her to the rest of her sex, and which seeks her possession as the supreme or the sole happiness of our being.

Edward Gibbon

Drama is theater, life, an escape from life, happiness, and sadness all rolled into one.

Rebekah Adams

We pray that every field of science may contribute in bringing happiness - not disaster - to human beings.

Kenichi Fukui

To seduce a woman famous for strict morals, religious fervor and the happiness of her marriage: what could possibly be more prestigious?

Christopher Hampton

A wise woman never yields by appointment. It should always be an unforeseen happiness.

Henri B. Stendhal

Happiness is the natural flower of duty.

Phillip Brooks

To love is to take delight in the happiness of another, or, what amounts to the same thing, it is to account another's happiness one's own

Gottfried Leibnitz

There is only one happiness in life, to love and be loved

George Sands

Pleasure can be supported by an illusion; but happiness rests upon truth.

Sebastien-Roch Nicolas De

There is only one happiness in life, to love and be loved.

George Sand

There is no disease (so destructive) as lust; no enemy like infatuation; no fire like wrath; and no happiness like spiritual knowledge.


Sometimes we strive so hard for perfection that we forget that imperfection is happiness

Karen Nave

Happiness and misery depend not on how high up or low down you are - they depend not upon these, but on the direction in which you are tending.

Samuel Butler

Pride is seldom delicate, it will please itself with very mean advantages; and envy feels not its own happiness, but when it may be compared with the misery of others.

Samuel Johnson
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