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The greater part of our happiness or misery depends on our dispositions, and not on our circumstances. We, carry the seeds of the one or the other about with us in our minds wherever we go.
Martha Washington
Happiness will never be any greater than the idea we have of it.
Maurice Maeterlinck
All the things I really like to do are either immoral, illegal or fattening.
Alexander Woollcott
One is happy as a result of one's own efforts-once one knows the necessary ingredients of happiness-simple tastes, a certain degree of courage, self-denial to a point, love of work, and, above all, a clear conscience.
George Sand
I'm not happy, I'm cheerful. There's a difference. A happy woman has no cares at all. A cheerful woman has cares but has learned how to deal with them.
Beverly Sills
If only we'd stop trying to be happy we'd have a pretty good time.
Edith Wharton
Human felicity is produced not so much by great pieces of good fortune that seldom happen, as by little advantages that occur every day.
Benjamin Franklin
Happiness does not depend on outward things, but on the way we see them.
Leo Tolstoy
The greater part of our happiness or misery depends on our dispositions, and not on our circumstances. We, carry the seeds of the one or the other about with us in our minds wherever we go.
Martha Washington
Happiness will never be any greater than the idea we have of it.
Maurice Maeterlinck
All the things I really like to do are either immoral, illegal or fattening.
Alexander Woollcott
One is happy as a result of one's own efforts-once one knows the necessary ingredients of happiness-simple tastes, a certain degree of courage, self-denial to a point, love of work, and, above all, a clear conscience.
George Sand
I'm not happy, I'm cheerful. There's a difference. A happy woman has no cares at all. A cheerful woman has cares but has learned how to deal with them.
Beverly Sills
If only we'd stop trying to be happy we'd have a pretty good time.
Edith Wharton
Human felicity is produced not so much by great pieces of good fortune that seldom happen, as by little advantages that occur every day.
Benjamin Franklin
Happiness does not depend on outward things, but on the way we see them.
Leo Tolstoy

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