Trying To Be Happy Quotes by Elizabeth Scott, Radhanath Swami, Taya Kyle, Matthew Kelly, Joe Lieberman, Olympia Dukakis and many others.
So, you’re telling me that no matter what, you can’t be happy? Well, darling, it’s no wonder you’re miserable. It’s what you want…So then try (to be happy).
It was like we were all so busy trying to be happy or saying we were happy, but underneath there was nothing but bitterness, the kind that could only be bled out in ink, in unspoken word.
Trying to be happy in this world is greatest illusion.
Giving up control and just trying to be happy at the moment has proven to be the best thing for me.
On the one hand, we all want to be happy. On the other hand, we all know the things that make us happy. But we don’t do those things. Why? Simple. We are too busy. Too busy doing what? Too busy trying to be happy. This is the paradox of happiness that has bewitched our age.
Tonight I am going with my wife to a Democratic party, where we’re going to…try to be happy.
Most of us are not real eager to grow, myself included. We try to be happy by staying in the status quo. But if we’re not willing to be honest with ourselves about what we feel, we don’t evolve.
Trying to be happy without a sense of GodвЂ™s presence is like trying to have a bright day without the sun.
The only reason why you are unhappy is because you are trying to be happy.
Try to have a good day today, wherever you are, whatever you do, whoever is near, if no one is near. Try to be happy, because you may not see tomorrow. There is someone this morning, who didn’t wake up, who will never see this day. Try to feel lucky that this is not you.
I would probably advise myself 10 years ago not to take life too seriously and to just try to be happy.
We should try to be happy, just to set an example
I will always try to be happy. I donвЂ™t think people really understand the value of happiness until they know what itвЂ™s like to be in that very, very dark place. ItвЂ™s not romantic. Not even a little.
Try to be happy within the context of the life we are actually living. Happiness is not a situation to be longed for or a convergence of lucky happenstance. Through the power of our own minds, we can help ourselves.
Trying to be happy by accumulating possessions is like trying to satisfy hunger by taping sandwiches all over your body
If loneliness was a choice, what was the other option? To settle for second-best and try to be happy with that? And was that fair to the person you settled for?
If only we’d stop trying to be happy, we could have a pretty good time.