Happiness: phrases and aphorisms

Phrases and aphorisms about happiness
Phrases and aphorisms about happiness.

You are happy and want to express it? Or are you trying to figure out how to best do to become one? Read the aphorisms and phrases below to give or find your happiness.

  • The secret of happiness is not always to do what you want, but to always want what you do. (Leo Tolstoy)
  • The happiest people are not necessarily those who have the best of everything, but those who make the best of what they have. (Khalil Gibran)
  • Just the smallest thing, softer, milder, the rustle of a lizard, a breath, a flash, one flapping of eyes. Little is made of the best happiness. (Friedrich Nietzsche)
  • Happiness is when what you think, what you say and what you do are in harmony. (Ghandi)
  • We are all in search of happiness, but we color of such and so many nuances and claims to never be able to achieve it. Happiness is something internal, for this is within us that we must inabissarci to find her. (Osho)
  • Happiness is a fabulous commodity: the more you give, and the more you have. (Blaise Pascal)
  • If you want a happy life you have to dedicate it to a goal, not to people or things. (Albert Einstein)
  • The greatest joy is one that is not expected. (Sophocles)
  • The best revenge? Happiness. There is nothing that makes most people crazy who see you happy. (Alda Merino)
  • When the door of happiness closes another one opens, but often we look so long at the closed not to see one that has opened for us. (Paulo Coelho)
  • Happiness is only real when shared. (From the movie Into the Wild)
  • Be happy, act in happiness, feel happy, without any particular reason. (Socrates)
  • We must be grateful to people who make us happy, they are the charming gardeners who make our souls a flower. (Marcel Proust)
  • Think of all the beauty still around you and be happy. (Anne Frank)
  • The supreme happiness of life is to know that they are loved for who you are, and more specifically, to be loved in spite of what you are. (Victor Hugo)
  • There is no way to happiness. Happiness is the way. (Confucius)
  • You must never seek happiness: one meets along the way. (Isabelle Eberhardt)
  • Happiness is not in being loved: this is only a vanity satisfaction. Happiness is love. (Thomas Mann)
  • But the most striking difference between happiness and joy is that happiness is a solid and joy a liquid. (J. D. Salinger)
  • When you'll stop wanting to fill your cup of happiness and you will begin to fill up that of others, you will discover, with amazement, that you will always be full. (Paramahansa Yogananda)
  • Happiness is internal, not external; in fact does not depend on what we have, but by what we are. (Henry Van Dyke)
  • All those who will conquer the joy will divide it. Happiness is born twin. (Lord Byron)
  • Only a burning patience will lead to the attainment of a splendid happiness. (Pablo Neruda)
  • Even if happiness forgets you a little ', you do not ever forget it altogether. (Jacques Prevert)
  • Success is getting what you want. Happiness is to appreciate what you get. (Dale Carnegie)
  • Happiness is a warm caress warm puppy, you stay in bed while it's raining outside, you walk barefoot on the grass, it is the hiccups after it has passed. (Charles M. Schulz)

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