Regular exercise boosts happiness, especially when performed with others.
A dog is a great comfort when you’re feeling unhappy, because it never asks why.
What makes us unhappy with ourselves is the exaggerated idea we have of the happiness of others.
Heal yourself with happy thoughts.
Don’t tell unhappy people how happy you are. Instead, use your happiness to help them…
You can find happiness in many different places. In the colours of a painting… in the clouds above your head…the earth under your feet… in the rosy pink sky of dawn…
and the pure white snow of winter…
Don’t refuse to accept the gift of happiness, just because you are afraid of losing it.
Happiness is a gift that cannot be bought.
If you approach work with passion and energy, it will help you to be happy.
Happiness is an adventure. Set out on it.
There are many roads to pleasure, but only one true path to happiness.
Happiness is curling up with a good book beside a crackling fire on a cold winter’s night.
Happiness is like a fruit- don’t eat it until it is ripe!
Sometimes we lose the key to happiness, not realizing that the door is always unlocked.
If we human beings had tails to wag when we’re happy, like dogs, we might understand each other better.
When we’re happy, we often don’t know it. When we’re unhappy, we always do.
If you have to ask what happiness is, you’ll never know.
A brief moment of happiness can lighten even the darkest despair.
Take a good long laugh at yourself…it may help to make you happy.
Don’t search for happiness itself. Instead, concentrate on the activities that make you feel happy.
Happiness can see you.
Can you see it?
Happy the man, and happy he alone, he who can call today his own, secure within, can say, tomorrow do thy worst, for I have lived today. (John Dryden)
To be happy in ife, it helps if you don’t think too much.
Happiness can make an ordinary sight beautiful.
The key to happiness is patience.
When you can think of yesterday without regret, and tomorrow without fear, then you are near to happiness.
A hearty meal, and good company to share with, is the perfect end to a happy day.
Happiness is not the fulfilment of what you want, but the realization of how much you already have.
There are short cuts to happiness, and dancing is one of them. (Vicki Baum)
Everyone deserves to be happy. It is within your power to become so.
Friendship is a cornerstone of happiness.
If you are a thoughtful, kind friend, you will be happier…whether or not your friends return the compliment.