“If you want to be happy, be”
Why are the simplest things sometimes also the most complicated? Take happiness for example; everyone wants it, but few truly know how to find it. Perhaps this active external quest for happiness is exactly why so many people have searched in vain for this fleeting treasure. Leo Tolstoy, the famous Russian novelist, shines a light of brilliance onto this pursuit of happiness by calling us to look inward, not outward, and make a conscious decision to be happy. Today, try the practice of happiness, simply by just being.
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