You’re in charge of pursuing your happiness, of pursuing joy. What are you going to do today that you enjoy? What are you going to do that makes you happy?
Life is a limited time offer.
What we value determines the measure of our life’s worth. The less we possess of what we value, the less our life seems to be worth. Those that don’t know what they value have no way of knowing how wealthy they are, which seems to me a terrible poverty indeed.
Too often is it the case that we seek to impose our measure of value upon others. So, the man of money looks upon those without as poor. So too does the man of sensual delights look upon the abstinent or the man of adventure upon the homebody. How rich in nobility do we show ourselves to be when, instead of thus estimating others, we allow each their own currency and assessment of worth?