Happiness is learning to choose
To be happy is to learn to choose.
Not only the appropriate pleasures, but also his way, his job, his way of living and loving. Choose your hobbies, your friends, the values on which to base your life.
Living well is learning not to respond to all the requests, to prioritize your preferences. The exercise of reason allows a coherence of our life according to the values and goals that we pursue. We choose to satisfy one pleasure or give up another because we give meaning to our life - in both senses of the word: we give it both direction and significance.
Happiness consists in frequent repetition of pleasure.
The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.
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