Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Wednesday Evening Quotage, with bonus image...

“More people would learn from their mistakes if they weren’t so busy denying them.”

--Harold J. Smith

“Unhappiness is rooted in the ageless conflict between what we want and what we already have.  In order to achieve happiness, we must either have our wants and desires routinely satisfied or fundamentally change our concept of want.  All too often, when our current wants are attained, a new set of wants appear and thus a vicious cycle of want and unhappiness ensues.  Therefore, the key to happiness ultimately lies in our ability to simply want what we already have.  By being thankful for what we have been given, we are never left wanting, we are always satisfied and happiness becomes a reality.”

--David Chase Taylor

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