Happiness

By our thoughts we have prepared for ourselves the happiness or unhappiness we experience.

The soul’s true happiness lies in experiencing the inner joy, and it will never be fully satisfied with outer, seeming pleasures; its connection is with God, and nothing short of perfection will ever satisfy it.

The awakened heart says, "I must give, I must not demand." Thus it enters a gate that leads to a constant happiness.

The secret of happiness is hidden under the cover of spiritual knowledge.

There is no source of happiness other than that in the heart of man.

Happiness lies in thinking or doing that which one considers beautiful.

The awakened heart says, "I must give, I must not demand." Thus it enters a gate that leads to a constant happiness.

Happiness, which is sought after by every soul, has its secret in the knowledge of the self. Man seeks for happiness, not because happiness is his sustenance, but because happiness is his own being.

The absence of happiness, which a soul has experienced from the day it has come on earth and which has increased every day more and more, makes man forget that his own being is happiness.

Today we often confuse happiness with pleasure; but pleasure is only an illusion, a shadow of happiness; and in this delusion man may pass his whole life, seeking after pleasure and never finding satisfaction.

Man is the center of joy, of happiness, of peace, of power, of life, and of light.

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