Money isn’t everything. The same is true of the lack of it.
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Mokokoma Mokhonoana
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For their holidays: the rich’s kids travel the world; the poor’s kids roam around their grandparents’ yard.

By Mokokoma Mokhonoana

It is impossible for your reasons to be unhappy to exceed those to be happy.

By Mokokoma Mokhonoana

Within, the only place where it is created, is the very last place most pursuers of happiness are likely to go.

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Unhappiness is a contagious disease caused by a chronic deficiency of gratitude.

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Some people are way less tortured by poverty than some are tormented by wealth.

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Suffering and happiness are not mutually exclusive.

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Genuine happiness is not nearly as common as a fake smile.

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Happiness is merely a consolation for not yet being dead.

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Most people are like all stomachs: they cannot remain satisfied for a long time.

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There is a correlation between how seriously we take life and the number of problems we have.

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Most sane people feel happy way less often than they act happy.

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The happiest people are not those who have the most, but those who are the most grateful for what they have.

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In a materialistic society, being poor but happy is a political statement.

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An untamed mind is usually doing its level best to attain or to retain unhappiness.

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You cannot, at the very same time, be grateful and unhappy, or ungrateful and happy.

By Mokokoma Mokhonoana