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In the words of Benjamin Disraeli: "Action may not always bring happiness, but there is no happiness without action." Thanks for, like, sharing, everyone; it is indeed important, first of all, to know what makes you happy. But the true demands of actually attaining happiness, being the derivation from sagacious abstract principle into sound strategy towards effective implementation, by far exceed the scope of the Experience Project into the agenda of http://www.FoolQuest.com

AaronAgassi AaronAgassi 51-55, M 1 Response Aug 16, 2009

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My happiness, or state of well-being, is in direct correlation to the well-being of those whom I love. I merely need to know that others are not suffering.

So, how's that going for you? And what is your strategy?