Home » Topics » Happiness

Happiness

“If You aren’t Grateful for what You already Have, what Makes You Think You would be Happy with More.”

Roy T. Bennett

“Family and Friendships are Two of The Greatest Facilitators of Happiness.”

John C. Maxwell

“The Secret to Happiness is Freedom - and The Secret to Freedom is Courage.”

Thucydides

“The only Way to Find True Happiness is to Risk being Completely cut Open.”

Chuck Palahniuk

“The Best Way to Cheer Yourself is to Try to Cheer Someone else Up.”

Mark Twain

“Happiness Held is The Seed; Happiness Shared is The Flower.”

John Harrigan

“Sanity and Happiness are an Impossible Combination.”

Mark Twain

“Resolve to Keep Happy, and Your Joy and You shall form an Invincible Host Against Difficulties.”

Helen Keller

“As people Spin Faster and Faster in The Pursuit of Merely personal Happiness, They become Exhausted in The Futile effort of Chasing themselves.”

Andrew Delbanco

“The Foolish Man Seeks Happiness in The Distance, The Wise Grows it Under his Feet.”

James Oppenheim

“Happiness is Not a Station you Arrive at, But a Manner of Traveling.”

Margaret Lee Runbeck

“If you Want to Live a Happy Life, Tie it to a Goal, Not to People or Objects.”

Albert Einstein

“Happy Girls are The Prettiest.”

Audrey Hepburn

“The Best and Most Beautiful Things in The World cannot be Seen or even Touched - They must be Felt with The Heart.”

Helen Keller

“Success is Getting what You Want, Happiness is Wanting what You Get.”

W. P. Kinsella

“Family, Friends, a Good Laugh and Beautiful Weather are The Best Cures.” 

Bar Refaeli

“Until You are Happy with who You are, You will Never be Happy with what You Have.”

Zig Ziglar

“The Biggest Adventure you can Take is to Live The Life of your Dreams.”

Oprah Winfrey

“It’s Not how much We have, But how much we Enjoy, that Makes Happiness.”

Charles Spurgeon

“The Worst Part of Success is Trying to Find someone who is Happy for You.”

Bette Midler

“The Secret of Happiness, you See, is Not Found in Seeking more, But in Developing The Capacity to Enjoy Less.”

Socrates

“The Present Moment is Filled with Joy and Happiness. If You are Attentive, You will See it.”

Thich Nhat Hanh

“We Don’t Laugh because we’re Happy – We’re Happy because we Laugh.”

William James

“Happiness Depends upon Ourselves.”

Aristotle

“The Purpose of our Lives is to be Happy.”

Dalai Lama

“Learn to Value Yourself, which Means: Fight for Your Happiness.”

Ayn Rand

“You will Never be Happier than you Expect. To Change your Happiness, Change your Expectation.”

Bette Davis

“Happiness is Holding someone in your Arms and Knowing you Hold The whole World.”

Orhan Pamuk

“Let us be Grateful to The People who Make us Happy; They are The Charming Gardeners who Make our Souls Blossom.”

Marcel Proust

“A Great Obstacle to Happiness is to Expect too much Happiness.”

Bernard de Fontenelle

“In our Lives, Change is Unavoidable, Loss is Unavoidable. In The Adaptability and Ease with which We Experience change, Lies our Happiness and Freedom.”

Buddha

“Some Cause Happiness wherever They Go; Others whenever They Go.”

Oscar Wilde

“There are Two Ways to be Happy: Improve your Reality, or Lower your Expectations.”

Jodi Picoult

“Please Believe that Things are Good with Me, and even when They're Not, They will be soon Enough. And I will always Believe The Same about You.” 

Stephen Chbosky

“'Sunrise Sunset' is about Trying to get to a Place where Life is Simple and Not Letting The Stress and Happenings in The World get in The Way of your Happiness.”

Benny Cassette

“Happiness is Something that Comes into our Lives through The Doors we Don’t even Remember Leaving Open.”

Rose Lane

“There is No Happiness Like that of Being Loved by your Fellow Creatures, and Feeling that your Presence is an Addition to their Comfort.”

Charlotte Bronte

“Indeed, Man Wishes to be Happy even when He so Lives as to Make Happiness Impossible.”

St. Augustine

“Cry. Forgive. Learn. Move on. Let your Tears Water The Seeds of your Future Happiness.”

Steve Maraboli

“A Smile is Happiness you'll Find Right under your Nose.”

Tom Wilson