HAPPINESS IS A BYPRODUCT OF ACTIVITY
Happiness lies in the joy of achievement,
in the thrill of creative effort.
The human spirit needs to accomplish,
to achieve, to triumph to be happy.
Happiness does not come from doing easy work,
but from the afterglow of satisfaction
that comes after the achievement
of a difficult task that demands your best.
Your growth itself contains the seed of happiness.
There is no happiness except in the realization
that you have accomplished something.
You cannot pursue happiness by itself.
Happiness thrives in activity.
It is a running river, not a stagnant pond.