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Meaning of Life & Happiness Wisdom

-All evil comes from having to work.

-Poverty is the greatest evil.

-However a person is, we tend to see him/her the way we want to.

-What is the use of money if you can't get what you want.

-What is the use of getting what you want if you can't enjoy it.

-Being a good person is its own reward.

-'Tis greater happiness to be independent than to be dependent.

-True happiness always comes from within.

-That which can't be explained is most beautiful.

-Just the freedom to be who I am is all I am asking for.

-While getting what you want, you often lose the ability to enjoy it.

-God is not money, God is not love. God is happiness. The happiness within you.

-Less is more, not just in art, but in life too.

-Get away from people who think they know what you are "supposed to be."

-If you'll leave a person alone, he'll usually turn out good.

-What's easy to get usually isn't the right thing to get.

-Fact alone remains immortal.

-God is nothingness.

-Eating a lot of food keeps you in a state of euphoria, blinding you from the truth.

-What you give is always more than what you get.

-'Tis blessed not to have than to have.

-The inside is more beautiful than the outside.

-It's not what you have, but what you make of what you have, that counts.

-Life is an imbalance of nature which will correct itself eventually.

-Only when you are alone can you be truly yourself.

-The more godly you are, the harder you find it to live on earth. Godliness comes at a price.

-Beware of influences.

-Stop trying to outshine each other. A mountain does not need the acknowledgement of a hillock.

-The only thing worth having...is the goodness of your heart. If you've lost it, you've lost everything.

-What I think of you does not matter. What you think of me does not matter. It's what you are and what I am, that truly matters.

-The lesser I have, the happier I feel.

-Darkness and silence are the two most beautiful things in the world.

-It all begins when a parent who cannot support a child, has one.

-Happiness from nothing is greater than happiness from anything.

-There is more in nothing than in anything.

-All our efforts to make the world a better place become worthless when a child is born into poverty.

-If you don't have time to enjoy what you have, then what is the point of having?

-Nothing is worth worry.

-It's not what you have that matters, but it's getting used to what you have that matters.

-All the problems of the world began when a person who could not provide for his child, had a child.

-Every institution must be destroyed, including the family, if it does not preserve the dignity of man.

-The nature of life is want, need, no, even worse, incompleteness. We can never be complete, for if we were, we would be dead.

-If life is complete, it ceases to be life.

-Happiness is a state of self-deluded completeness.

-Life is incompleteness.

-The reality is that if a person is born with more, he usually is closer to his dreams than one who isn’t.

-Life should be only as much as can be sustained. Laws preventing unsustainable life is the only hope of humanity.

-If there is not enough for infants, how can there be enough for youngsters? If there’s not enough for youngsters, will there be enough for adults?

-Basic needs of human beings, which are greatest and most disregarded at childhood, have to be secured for equality, justice and harmony to follow.

-The greatest inequality is the inequality among newborn human children.

-The greatest injustice is the one committed to a child when he is denied food and water.

-If defects remain in the treatment meted out to children, defects will remain in human beings, and hence in society.

-If every human being is to be the master of his or her own destiny, children should be allowed to make choices independent of all outside influences, including parental.

-As the quantity of human beings increases, the quality of their freedom, of their food and shelter, of their education, of their very life, undoubtedly decreases.

-Let us bring a human being into this world when there is not just enough for his survival, but also for his growth and productivity.

-The grossness of the unequal treatment that is going to face one newborn child born every second, for the rest of his or her life will become absolutely incomprehensible.

-For it is not desire or need but the non-fulfillment of desire and need that is the cause of all evil.

-Poverty should be an extinct word.

-The state of the world is such that the need to destroy children before they are born is greater now than ever before.

-The child, therefore, is the basic block of mankind and his society. If the child is insecure, mankind is insecure and he can expect calamities, bewildering him one after the other, until he is completely destroyed.

-The other reason why we cannot or do not find out and strike at the roots of suffering is that we have been conditioned to believe that it is close to impossible by society.

-Selfishness is the root of all suffering. It can also be the root of all good.

-More and more of mankind become dispensable each day as technology grows exponentially.

-Religion is more an escape from reality than a free choice of faith.

-Certain cultures tend to inhibit the individual while others tend to liberate the individual.

-Whatever inhibits a person, on a large scale such as the climate or culture, inhibits the human race and is an obstacle in its progress.

-Human dignity has to be worked for, fought for and died for. Because, like everything else, there is not enough for everyone.

-When the desire to exist is absent in an individual, the desire to live and improve one’s life is also automatically absent.

-How foolish it is to try to liberate mankind from all the ills that affect him without first protecting him at the time that he needs protection most!

-Climate can alienate, not just a single person, but a whole community or nation from success.

-If most of us take more than we give, then aren’t we all heading towards scarcity and disaster in some way or other?

-The world is full of injustices, inequalities and insecurities. Fool yourself and be happy.

-Everyone who claims to be happy has mastered the art of looking the other way.

-We can either clean up the world and be truly happy or we can master the art of looking the other way and be happy.

-The root cause of most problems facing us can be narrowed down to a lack of resources and an unequal distribution of those resources.

-Even when there is no disparity envy exists on the basis of perceived disparities.

-How much ever fairly we are treated, there is still room for perfectly valid reasons to envy the other person.

-Envy begins in the mind, but it was a feeling of worthlessness caused by a lack of resources that put it there.

-Preventing the birth of children into poverty will result in a far-reaching sweep-out of all evils affecting mankind and the removal of major obstacles in the path of his progress.

-What a pity that the majority of the most evolved of creatures have to live like the lesser-evolved creatures!

-Some bowls have vitamins, minerals and flavors added to sweet milk. Some bowls have just sweet milk.

-Some bowls have raw milk. But most bowls just have milk being poured into them senselessly and endlessly, where the milk is not enhanced in quality in any way, where most of the milk spill over and die.

-Families build strong houses with high gates and walls to secure the safety of family members. Nations pile up weapons and build armies to ensure national security. But what are they securing? A bunch of humans with no hope or desire to live? A bunch of humans who cheat, steal or even kill to survive? A bunch of the rich who live their whole lives preferring to look the other way? We are only securing despair, hopelessness and treachery for generations to come. So, let us instead secure the future of the unborn child. And hence prevent the seeds of hopelessness and treachery from being sown.

-Unless we value the formative years of the unborn child and make no compromise whatsoever on that value, besides increasing that value regularly, humans will continue to get lesser and lesser than what they deserve and live in more and more inhuman conditions.

-If all mankind are brothers and sisters, does the brother in one part of the world deserve less than the brother in another part, especially when he is only a few years old and has no means to be even?

-Should not the law try to protect the cause of the weakest of the weak, who didn’t even ask to be born, before it rushes to the aid of the stronger ones?

-The solution is to pour milk into the bowl only after enough sugar and nutrients are ready, so that the milk won’t be tasteless or lacking in extra nutrients, at a rate not higher than the rate at which it is drunk from the bowl, so that it does not spill over and no one has to cry over it.

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