Happiness is the greatest paradox in nature. It can grow in any soil, live under any conditions. It defies environment. It comes from within: it is the revelation of the depths of the inner life as light and heat proclaim the sun which they radiate. Happiness consists not of having, but of being; not of possessing, but of enjoying.

…Man is the creator of his own happiness; it is the aroma of a life lived in harmony with high ideas. For what a man has, he may be dependent on others; what he is, rests with him alone. Happiness is the soul's joy in the possession of the intangible. It is the warm glow of the heart at peace with itself."

William George Jordan

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