A Few Thoughts On Happiness

“You will know you are good when you realize that the Happy are the most Un-Happy.” – Seneca

“True Happiness is to understand our duties toward God and man, without anxious dependence upon the future.” – Seneca, Epistles

“Happiness is an activity in accordance with perfect Virtue.” – Aristotle

“The highest Happiness is to have a mind that is lofty, free, fearless, and steadfast; that counts Virtue the only Good, baseness the only Evil, is indifferent to the bounties of fortune, contemptuous of contempt, pure, free, stainless, sublime, and content with itself; viewing mankind from one level, and the gods from their own.” – Seneca, Epistles

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