Love and happiness. Wise sayings about love and happiness.

Quotes about happiness with meaning

Happiness is a function of accepting what exists. Werner Erhard

Your happiness and peace are overshadowed by your boundless desires. Naval Ravikant

The 3 main components of happiness in this life are doing something, loving something and hoping for something. Joseph Addison

Happiness is not something ready-made. It comes from your own actions. Dalai Lama

Changes are inevitable in our lives, losses are inevitable. Our happiness and freedom lie in the adaptability and ease with which we experience change. Buddha

The only way to find true happiness is to risk being completely open to the world. Chuck Palahniuk

You have to believe in the possibility of happiness in order to be happy. Lev Tolstoy

A sincere smile is a sign of happiness

When we are happy, we smile. Such a smile cannot be confused with a polite or welcoming one. From such a smile, the eyes glow, and the person is transformed. Quotes about smiling and happiness reflect this very accurately.

“Smile, even if you feel very bad, in pain and want to cry, smile for real, with sincere joy, straighten your shoulders and straighten up, as if you are happy and proud and want to sing with happiness. The body will believe and rejoice, maybe not immediately, but very quickly, it simply does not know how to truly suffer when you sincerely smile. And after the body, the soul will rejoice again..."

Maria Semenova

“Don't cry because it's over. Smile because it happened."

Gabriel Garcia Marquez

“The cheerful expression on the face is gradually reflected in the inner world.”

Immanuel Kant

Sayings about happiness

Happiness comes from peace. Peace comes from indifference. Naval Ravikant

Happiness is a gift, and the trick is not to wait for it, but to enjoy it when it comes. Charles Dickens

Doing what you like is freedom. Loving what you do is happiness. Frank Tyger

The most important thing is to enjoy life and be happy. That's all that matters Audrey Hepburn

Be happy. This really irritates negative people. Ricky Gervais

There is no better cosmetic for beauty than happiness. Margarita Blessington

Nine-tenths of our happiness depends on health. Arthur Schopenhauer

The real value of happiness is learned only when it has already disappeared. Daniel Zanders

About happiness in aphorisms

The word happiness itself immediately raises many questions, as do all meaningful words, such as love, humility... and life itself. Only happiness in this life is important, everyone is looking for it and we are born for a happy life, but it is only necessary to follow it in accordance with our destiny and with ourselves naturally. Happiness comes from happy experiences, but there is also a deeper feeling of happiness. If moments pass and can be replaced by not entirely pleasant experiences, then deep happiness lasts a lifetime and at any moment in life.

First, you need to understand yourself, your values ​​and priorities - what we really need and value. And then see all the constituent aspects of life for you that are included in the word happiness. We can talk a lot about happiness, since it depends on our perception, which in turn depends on many internal qualities and lifestyle. And so you can philosophize endlessly, but there is only so much time in our age, with the ever-increasing flow of information. You need to react to everything immediately and without thinking for a long time, otherwise as long as such a person thinks about happiness, it will always run away. Here we each need to develop a short formula for this capacious and deep concept. The thoughts and statements of wise people who have concentrated a general idea in these aphorisms can be very helpful. Using aphorisms you can create a complete picture of the thoughts of all humanity!

“If you don’t know how to be content Now, having what you already have, you will never be satisfied, even having the maximum benefits that you can now imagine. Contentment is not the result of having a certain amount of goods, but a state of the Heart that knows how to be content and give thanks!”

Everyone, depending on his individual qualities, feelings, and experiences, seeks his own happiness, and therefore his formula sounds one way or another. Did the person himself feel or does he feel happiness at the moment of drawing up the formula? Each aphorism is a landmark, a beacon in an ocean covered with fog. After reading or listening to other people’s formulas for happiness, it’s easier to create one for yourself! Suddenly, after reading any of the quotes below, you will find something close to your heart. And who else but the heart is the pointing compass of our Path, Destiny, Destination, etc.....

So, quotes from wise men about happiness...

  • To live and rejoice, you need only two things: firstly, to live, and secondly, to rejoice
  • There is no path to happiness, happiness is the path.
  • Happiness is when you don’t have to lie about how you feel good.
  • Happiness is a ball that we chase while it rolls and that we kick when it stops. (Pierre Buast)
  • Happiness does not lie in always doing what you want, but in always wanting what you do. (Lev Tolstoy)
  • If you want to be happy, be it. (Kozma Prutkov)
  • Happiness is physical health and mental serenity. (Epicurus)
  • There is no happiness equal to peace. (Buddha)
  • Don't chase happiness: it is always within you. (Pythagoras)
  • Happiness comes from good deeds and helping other people. By trying for the happiness of others, we find our own. (Plato)
  • Happiness does not favor the faint-hearted. Intelligence is undoubtedly the first condition for happiness. Happiness does not help the careless. Wisdom is the native mother of happiness. (Sophocles)
  • He who is tormented by the sight of greater happiness will never be happy. (Seneca)
  • There is no happiness in the world, there is only peace and will. (Pushkin A.S.)
  • The highest expression of happiness or unhappiness is most often silence; lovers understand each other better when they are silent, and a hot, passionate speech spoken at the grave touches only strangers, but to the widow and children of the deceased it seems cold and insignificant. (Chekhov A.P.)
  • We'd be much happier if we cared less about it. (Pierre Buast)
  • Almost everyone is confident that they will be happy in the future, and confident that they were happy in the past. (Pierre Buast)
  • A happy person is a mystery, the answer to which can only be written on a coffin stone. (Pierre Buast)
  • Happiness lies only in peace, not in vanity. (Blaise Pascal)
  • This is how the prophet unrecognized in the Fatherland accurately expressed it... A person must be happy. If he is unhappy, then he is to blame. And he is obliged to work on himself until he eliminates this inconvenience or misunderstanding. (Tolstoy L.N.)
  • Happiness is being content with what you already have. (Paulo Coelho)
  • There is no path to happiness. Happiness is the path. (Wayne Dyer)
  • Constantly feeling unhappy is an unaffordable luxury. (Paulo Coelho)
  • Happiness is not sought after like gold or winnings. It is created themselves, by those who have enough strength, knowledge and love. (Ivan Efremov)
  • The amount of happiness and sorrow is laid down in us at birth. Financial vicissitudes have little effect on him. (John Fowles)
  • Giving up your happiness is like throwing precious stones into the ocean. This is worse than any sin. (Ken Follett)
  • Happiness comes from little things, from small insignificant joys. Great happiness does not fall from the sky like a brick, but is painstakingly created. (Mirzakarim Norbekov)
  • Happy is the one who considers himself happy. (G. Fielding)
  • Happiness is your inner nature. It does not need any external conditions; it just is (Osho)
  • Happiness is when you are loved by those you love
  • Happiness is the ability and talent to increase the number of happy people around you. (Sukhorukov L.S.)
  • Remember, happiness is a courtesan, treat it as it deserves. (Alexandr Duma)
  • The only happiness in life is constant striving forward. (Emile Zola)
  • The goal of life must be happiness, otherwise the fire will not burn brightly enough, the driving force will not be strong enough - and success will not be complete. (Theodore Dreiser)
  • Happiness is pleasure without remorse. (Tolstoy L.N.)
  • The great science of living happily is to live only in the present. (Pythagoras)
  • If you ever find it while chasing happiness, you will, like the old woman looking for her glasses, discover that happiness was right on your nose all along. (George Bernard Shaw)
  • When the heart is light, the heavens shine in the dark dungeon. When there is darkness in thoughts, demons breed in the light of the sun. (I. Goethe)
  • Those for whom days are similar to one another stop noticing all the good things that happen in their lives. (P. Coelho)
  • In misfortune, fate always leaves a door to escape. (Miguel de Cervantes)
  • If you can’t have what you want, learn to want what you have... Happiness is on the side of the one who is satisfied. (Aristotle)
  • Chagrin does not exist on its own, but in our imagination. (Cicero)
  • Great misfortunes do not last long, and small ones are not worth attention. (D. Lubbock)
  • Everything passes, this too will pass. (Solomon)
  • The best lot is not to abstain from pleasures, but to rule over them without submitting to them. (Aristippus)
  • As he accurately noted... Everyone wants to live on the top of the mountain, but all the happiness, all the development happens while you are climbing there. (P. Coelho)
  • Whoever considers himself unhappy becomes unhappy. (C. Helvetius)
  • The cure for unhappiness is not to think about it. When you think about misfortune, it does not go away, but increases. (Ancient Indian saying)
  • The constant never-ending search for happiness is real life.
  • Happiness is not a life without worries and sorrows; happiness is a state of mind.
  • Actions don't always bring happiness; but there is no happiness without action. (Benjamin Disraeli)
  • The soul can, of course, hide grief, but it cannot tolerate secret happiness. (Johann Wolfgang Goethe)
  • If happiness consisted in bodily pleasures, then we would have to call bulls happy when they find peas to eat. (Heraclitus of Ephesus)
  • Only that person is worthy of happiness who is ready at any time to risk his body, his well-being, his life for a great cause. (Theodore Roosevelt)
  • Life gives a person, at best, one single unique moment, and the secret of happiness is to repeat this moment as often as possible. (Oscar Wilde)
  • True happiness by its nature loves solitude; it is the enemy of noise and luxury and is born mainly from self-love. (Joseph Addison)
  • How can true happiness come from wealth if one has to endure suffering to acquire wealth? (Thomas Aquinas)
  • Those who see happiness in acquiring material wealth will never be able to become truly happy. (Ali Apsheroni)
  • When your soul is sad, it’s painful to look at someone else’s happiness. (Alphonse Daudet)
  • It is better to be unhappy with reason than to be happy without reason. (Epicurus)
  • It is easy for the happy to teach the unhappy. (Aeschylus)
  • It is not physical strength or money that makes people happy, but righteousness and many-sided wisdom. (Democritus)
  • The varied definition of happiness shows that it is unfamiliar to us. (Pierre Buast)
  • Once in a lifetime happiness knocks on everyone's door, but often this person sits in the next tavern and does not hear the knock. (Mark Twain)
  • O misfortune! It is the pillar of happiness. Oh happiness! It contains misfortune. Who knows their boundaries? They have no permanence. (Lao Tzu)
  • Happy is the one who has lived his life wisely, having managed to fulfill everything that he intended to do that was good, good, and useful to himself and those around him. (Ali Apsheroni)
  • There is no complete happiness with anxiety;
    complete happiness is calm, like the sea during summer silence. (Alexander Herzen)
  • Happiness and pleasure are nothing more than a Fata Morgana, visible only from afar and disappearing when approaching; that suffering and pain, on the contrary, have reality, directly declare themselves and do not need illusions and expectations. (Arthur Schopenhauer)
  • Happiness and pleasure are nothing more than a Fata Morgana, visible only from afar and disappearing when approaching; that suffering and pain, on the contrary, have reality, directly declare themselves and do not need illusions and expectations. (Arthur Schopenhauer)
  • Happiness is on the side of the one who is satisfied. (Aristotle)
  • Happiness is like health: when it is present, you don’t notice it. (Michael Bulgakov)
  • Those who do not seek happiness will find it faster than others; for those who seek happiness forget that the surest way to achieve happiness for themselves is to seek it for others. (Martin Luther King)
  • Happiness is one step before the dream, nightmare is one step after...
  • Paradoxically, a person who does evil also wants to feel happiness. (Deanna Dean)
  • Happiness is like a butterfly. The more you catch it, the more it slips away. But if you turn your attention to other things, it will come and sit quietly on your shoulder. (V. Frankl)
  • Happiness is overcoming oneself, resisting circumstances; realizing true possibilities (Ruben Bagautdinov)
  • It’s easy to be happy! You just need to want it!
  • You can always catch happiness by the tail, the main thing is not to get the wrong tail, otherwise someone else’s happiness might bite you. (Venedikt Nemov)
  • Happy is not the one who seems like that to someone, but the one who feels like that. (Publius Syrus)
  • By caring for the happiness of others, we find our own. (Plato)
  • Virtue is the leader, happiness is the companion. (Marcus Tullius Cicero)
  • A person has two callings in life: one that he chooses, the other that chooses him. Happiness is when they coincide. (Ilya Shevelev)
  • In search of happiness, you lose joy. (Gennady Malkin)
  • In the pursuit of happiness, sometimes you just need to stop and be happy.
  • Fame rarely leads to happiness, and happiness even more rarely leads to glory. (Konstantin Melikhan)
  • Left to ourselves, we are forced to forge and seek our own happiness. (Oliver Goldsmith)
  • Our happiness is always in flight. There is no nest, he only has wings. (P. Eluard)
  • Everyone is the smith of their own happiness, especially if they own their own smith. (Leszek Kumor)
  • Be moderate in happiness, reasonable in misfortune. (Periander)
  • A healthy beggar is happier than a sick king. (Arthur Schopenhauer)
  • Happiness seems to be made to be shared. (Jean Racine)
  • Human happiness is somewhere between freedom and discipline. (Ivan Petrovich Pavlov)
  • Don’t be exalted in happiness, don’t be humbled in misfortune. (Cleobulus from Linda (Cleobulus)
  • A person increases his happiness to the extent that he gives it to others. (Jeremiah Bentham)
  • HAPPINESS is when you really want to go to work in the morning, and in the evening you really want to go home. (Nazim Hikmet)
  • Follow your happiness, and the universe will open its doors to you where there were only walls.
  • A fool seeks happiness far away, a wise man grows it close to him. (James Oppenheim)
  • Everyone is the smith of their own happiness: some forge it, others crow over it. (Ivan Chuiko)
  • How happy in heaven is one who is satisfied with his goodness and has an obedient son and wife. (Chanakya Pandit)
  • There is only one path to happiness - to stop worrying about things that are beyond our control. (Epictetus)
  • HAPPINESS is the balance of reasonable desires and the possibility of satisfying them. (Vyacheslav Shishkov)
  • Law of Happiness: Everyone who steps towards happiness stumbles over it most of all. (Leonid S. Sukhorukov)
  • Happiness calls us on the phone, knocks on our door, watches us on the street... But we are always in a hurry. (Konstantin Melikhan)
  • Man is created for happiness, like a bird is created for flight. (Vladimir Galaktionovich Korolenko)
  • If you feel happy, don't analyze your happiness: that would be like crushing a beautiful butterfly so that you can better see its beauty. (P. Manghegazza
  • When a person is happy, he is always good. But good people are not always happy. (Oscar Wilde)
  • There is no room for happiness in cowardly souls. (Miguel Cervantes de Saavedra)
  • It is not as good where we are not as it is bad where we are. (Gennady Malkin)
  • And the architects of their own happiness should follow safety precautions. (Leonid Krainov-Rytov)
  • False happiness makes people callous and proud - this happiness is never communicated to others. True happiness makes them kind and sensitive - this happiness is always shared by others. (Charles Louis Montesquieu)
  • Love is an active desire for happiness...
  • Happiness is not a station, but a way to travel.
  • Happiness is not a station, but a way to travel.
  • If there is no heartfelt inclination, there will be no happiness. (Jean Baptiste Moliere)
  • Don't be surprised at anything... this is almost the only way to become happy and stay happy. (Horace (Quintus Horace Flaccus
  • He who bears misfortune firmly, happiness is firm for him. (Plautus (Titus Maccius Plautus)
  • Money spoils a person - he also wants happiness. (Boris Krutier)
  • Courage is half of happiness. (Bashkir proverb)
  • Courage is half of happiness. (Bashkir proverb)
  • Happiness increases by sharing it with others. (Julien Ofret de La Mettrie)
  • Happiness for the most part is on the side of the hardworking person, just as the waves and wind are on the side of the best swimmers. (Samuel Smiles)
  • When one door of happiness closes, another opens; but we often do not notice it, staring at the closed door. (Helen Keller)
  • Drunkenness does not give birth to vices: it reveals them. Happiness does not change morals: it emphasizes them. (Socrates)
  • Unhappy is the man who does not do what he can and takes on what he does not understand. (Johann Wolfgang Goethe)
  • Happy is the one who discovers the inner wealth within himself. (Arthur Schopenhauer)
  • BOREDOM is the misfortune of happy people. (Horace Walpole)
  • Happiness is only where there is naturalness. (André Maurois (Emil Erzog)
  • Do not consider someone happy who depends on happiness. (Seneca)
  • Happiness is a fragile commodity. Handle it with care.
  • Happiness does not float in the air—it comes with hard work. (Abu Abdallah Jafar Rudaki)
  • Life is the path to happiness, but not everyone is able to overcome all stages of this path. (Ilya Shevelev)
  • Life is the path to happiness, but not everyone is able to overcome all stages of this path. (Ilya Shevelev)
  • The earth cannot live without the sun, and man cannot live without happiness. (M. Stelmakh)
  • How little a person needs to live happily! Therefore, do not create need for yourself. (Ali Apsheroni)
  • He who does not value happiness is approaching unhappiness. (Ibn Sina)
  • The measure of happiness is the desire to live your life again. (Ilya Shevelev)
  • Those who do not know how to be happy here will apparently always grow to be happy there. (Leonid S. Sukhorukov)
  • Happiness is not about when it happens or when it happens, but when it happens. (about I. Goncharov) (Yu. Loshits)
  • There is no complete happiness with anxiety; complete happiness is calm, like the sea during summer silence. (Alexander Ivanovich Herzen)
  • Man is born for happiness, even if he is conceived out of stupidity. (Mikhail Mamchich)
  • There is only one happiness in this world - and that is the happiness of being yourself (Osho)
  • The source of happiness is within

Short quotes about happiness

One of the keys to happiness is a bad memory. Rita Mae Brown

Enjoy it. Because it happens. Stephen Chbosky

People are usually as happy as they want. Abraham Lincoln

Happiness depends on ourselves. Aristotle

Happiness is a state in which nothing is lost. Naval Ravikant

Finding happiness is easy: stop being busy. Max Lagace

Happiness is acceptance.

If we just slowed down, happiness would catch up with us. Richard Carlson

The secret of happiness is to admire without wanting. Carl Sandburg

Be happy. This is one way to be wise. Gabriel Colette

Each is the architect of his own happiness. Sallust Gaius Sallust Crispus

Feeling of happiness from childhood

Remember that intense feeling of happiness that you experience only in childhood? It was then that the feeling of it was most piercing and brightest. Quotes about children and happiness will help us remember this time.

“As we age, we lose many important qualities. And one of them is the gift of being happy just like that. To catch small joys on a hook and look at them with delight for a long time.”

Nadeya Yasminska

“Children immediately and naturally become accustomed to happiness, because by their very nature they are joy and happiness.”

Victor Hugo

“You cannot teach a person to be happy, but you can raise him so that he is happy.”

Anton Makarenko

“Happiness is an imaginary state that was previously prescribed to the ancestors; Now adults usually attribute it to children, and children to adults.”

Thomas Szasz

Unfortunately, it is impossible to return to childhood on your own. But our children can return us to it for a short time. After all, love for a child is one of the most acute and unforgettable moments of happiness.

“Happiness for a mother is the smile of a baby that she carried under her heart for months.”

“A woman’s most expensive necklace is the arms of a child hugging her.”

“When children are born, order, money, peace, relaxation disappear in the house - and happiness comes.”

“The best way to make children good is to make them happy.”

Oscar Wilde

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