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If you want to be happy then be

If you want to be happy

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If you want to be happy, be – said great Russian writer and philosopher Leo Tolstoy. Indeed. Susan Polis Schutz continued the thought – “This life is yours. Take the power to choose what you want to do and do it well. Take the power to love what you want in life and love it honestly. Take the power to walk in the forest and be a part of nature. Take the power to control your own life. No one else can do it for you. Take the power to make your life happy.”

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“If you want to live a happy life, tie it to a goal, not to people or things.” — Albert Einstein

If you want to be happy

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“Do you really want to be happy? You can begin by being appreciative of who you are and what you’ve got.”
— Benjamin Hoff (The Tao of Pooh)

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“Know your own happiness. You want nothing but patience – or give it a more fascinating name, call it hope.”
— Jane Austen (Sense and Sensibility)

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“If you want others to be happy, practice compassion. If you want to be happy, practice compassion.”
— Dalai Lama XIV (The Art of Happiness)

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“You cannot be with someone just because you don’t want to hurt him. You have your own happiness to think about.”
— Melissa de la Cruz (The Van Alen Legacy (Blue Bloods, #4))

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“If you want a happy ending, that depends, of course, on where you stop your story.”
— Orson Welles

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Ayn Rand
“Listen to what is being preached today. Look at everyone around us. You’ve wondered why they suffer, why they seek happiness and never find it. If any man stopped and asked himself whether he’s ever held a truly personal desire, he’d find the answer. He’d see that all his wishes, his efforts, his dreams, his ambitions are motivated by other men. He’s not really struggling even for material wealth, but for the second-hander’s delusion – prestige. A stamp of approval, not his own. He can find no joy in the struggle and no joy when he has succeeded. He can’t say about a single thing: ‘This is what I wanted because I wanted it, not because it made my neighbors gape at me’. Then he wonders why he’s unhappy.”
— Ayn Rand (The Fountainhead)