True Happiness

It is natural for mankind to seek happiness. Some may seem to find it, while many more fail in their search because they are looking for that which does not satisfy. The struggle for material wealth is often animated by the desire to buy happiness in the form of luxury and idleness. Such seeking always results in disappointment, for happiness cannot be bought with money.

Material things, being temporal, limited, and often discordant, cannot satisfy. Even a material sense of health, which many consider the greatest blessing on earth, hence the greatest source of happiness, is so subject to so-called material laws, change, and circumstance, that it is uncertain, and believed to be possible for only a few years at most.

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