Being Happy Not Depressed Famous Quotes & Sayings

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Being Happy Not Depressed Sayings By Daniel Greenfield: Inspiration does come from the world of 'What should be', but when it isn't grounded Inspiration does come from the world of 'What should be', but when it isn't grounded in the world of 'What is' then it manifests as insanity or leads to miserable failures."

"The difference between the brilliant architect and the lunatic on the street corner is that while both of them know 'What should be', only one of them knows 'What is'. — Daniel Greenfield
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Being Happy Not Depressed Sayings By Andrew Solomon: It is too often the quality of happiness that you feel at every moment its It is too often the quality of happiness that you feel at every moment its fragility, while depression seems when you are in it to be a state that will never pass. Even if you accept that moods change, that whatever you feel today will be different tomorrow, you cannot relax into happiness like you can into sadness. For me, sadness has always been and still is a more powerful feeling; and if that is not a universal experience, perhaps it is the base from which depression grows. I hated being depressed, but it was also in depression that I learned my own acreage, the full extent of my soul. When I am happy, I feel slightly distracted by happiness, as though it fails to use some part of my mind and brain that wants the exercise. Depression is something to do. My grasp tightens and becomes acute in moments of loss: I can see the beauty of glass objects fully at the moment when they slip from my hand toward the floor — Andrew Solomon
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Being Happy Not Depressed Sayings By Theodore Dalrymple: Of the thousands of patients I have seen, only two or three have ever claimed Of the thousands of patients I have seen, only two or three have ever claimed to be unhappy: all the rest have said that they were depressed. This semantic shift is deeply significant, for it implies that dissatisfaction with life is itself pathological, a medical condition, which it is the responsibility of the doctor to alleviate by medical means. Everyone has a right to health; depression is unhealthy; therefore everyone has a right to be happy (the opposite of being depressed). This idea in turn implies that one's state of mind, or one's mood, is or should be independent of the way that one lives one's life, a belief that must deprive human existence of all meaning, radically disconnecting reward from conduct. A ridiculous pas de deux between doctor and patient ensues: the patient pretends to be ill, and the doctor pretends to cure him. In the process, the patient is wilfully blinded to the conduct that inevitably causes his misery in the first place. — Theodore Dalrymple
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Being Happy Not Depressed Sayings By Jeff Koons: The job of the artist is to make a gesture and really show people what The job of the artist is to make a gesture and really show people what their potential is. It's not about the object, and it's not about the image; it's about the viewer. That's where the art happens. — Jeff Koons
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Being Happy Not Depressed Sayings By Pyotr Kropotkin: He objected, though, to indiscriminate reading. 'One must have some question,' he wrote, 'addressed to He objected, though, to indiscriminate reading. 'One must have some question,' he wrote, 'addressed to the book one is going to read. — Pyotr Kropotkin
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Being Happy Not Depressed Sayings By Jessica N. Watkins: It was crazy how prior to leaving Chicago, I thought that I would die without It was crazy how prior to leaving Chicago, I thought that I would die without Omari. I thought that my life would be meaningless if I wasn't waking up to him every day. But now that I had no choice but to move on, there was no pain in losing him. — Jessica N. Watkins
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Being Happy Not Depressed Sayings By Nhat Hanh: When we enter the present moment deeply, our regrets and sorrows disappear, and we discover When we enter the present moment deeply, our regrets and sorrows disappear, and we discover life with all its wonders. — Nhat Hanh
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Being Happy Not Depressed Sayings By Sharon Stone: To be happy, to make other people happy, to get into movie production more and To be happy, to make other people happy, to get into movie production more and probably to give some other people the chances that I had, to carry on enjoying being a mum and never to stop having flowers bought for me. I've still got a long way to go. — Sharon Stone
Being Happy Not Depressed Sayings By Clare Vanderpool: But the woman, the mother, she watches, she waits, she loves. And she bears the But the woman, the mother, she watches, she waits, she loves. And she bears the weight of that love. She bears the loss of her son to war. She bears the story of Manifest. When everyone else is crushed by it, by the loss, the pain. When no one else can bear to remember. She is the keeper of the story. Until someone who needs to hear it comes along. When it will be time to make it known. To manifest. That's what a diviner does. — Clare Vanderpool
Being Happy Not Depressed Sayings By Sarah McLachlan: I kind of have a happy magnet. I can't stand being depressed, so I work I kind of have a happy magnet. I can't stand being depressed, so I work my ass off to get out of it as soon as possible. — Sarah McLachlan
Being Happy Not Depressed Sayings By Kirk Douglas: Listen - pacemaker, crash, stroke. What does it mean? God doesn't want me now. That's Listen - pacemaker, crash, stroke. What does it mean? God doesn't want me now. That's all. — Kirk Douglas
Being Happy Not Depressed Sayings By Tao Lin: Was this for real? Andrew had forgotten how to be happy! He suspected that it Was this for real? Andrew had forgotten how to be happy! He suspected that it involved unwarranted feelings of fondness for other people, too much self-esteem, a sort of long-term delusion that manifested as charisma, and a blocking out of certain things, like lonely people, depressed people, desperate people, homeless people, people you've hurt, people you like who don't like you, politics, the nature of being and existence, the continent of Africa, the meat industry, McDonald's, MTV, Hollywood, and most or all of human history, especially anything having to do with the Western Hemisphere between 1400 and 1900, plus or minus 200 years
but he wasn't sure. Why did it involve so many things? Maybe it was just too hard. — Tao Lin
Being Happy Not Depressed Sayings By Tod Goldberg: I do less of that stuff now because I figured out that when I was I do less of that stuff now because I figured out that when I was writing things I didn't care about, it made me angry and depressed, so I turned my focus to what does make me happy, and also I recognized that one of the things that gives me great happiness is teaching creative writing, and so I could write profiles of professional golfers or I could be a professor. Being a professor made me much happier. — Tod Goldberg
Being Happy Not Depressed Sayings By Moby: When famous people are nice to me, it feels good, so I'm happy to hang When famous people are nice to me, it feels good, so I'm happy to hang out with them. It's better than being at home, depressed, reading 'The Hobbit.' — Moby
Being Happy Not Depressed Sayings By Lawrence M. Krauss: I've told you two things : First, you're much more insignificant than you ever imagined I've told you two things : First, you're much more insignificant than you ever imagined and second, the future is miserable. But you should be happy, because we may live in a universe without purpose but that means the purpose in our lives is the purpose we create. And we should consider ourselves fortunate to have evolved in this place in the middle of nowhere and evolved a consciousness so we can understand the universe from the earliest moments of the big bang to the far future. So instead of being depressed, you should enjoy your brief moment in the sun. — Lawrence M. Krauss
Being Happy Not Depressed Sayings By Dalma Heyn: Married women are far more depressed than married men in unhappy marriages, three times more; Married women are far more depressed than married men
in unhappy marriages, three times more; and
interestingly
in happy marriages, five times more. In truth, it is men who are thriving in marriage, now as always, and who show symptoms of psychological and physical distress outside it. Not only their emotional well-being but their very lives, some studies say, depend on being married! — Dalma Heyn
Being Happy Not Depressed Sayings By Estelle: People are getting ready for music that makes them feel happy again rather than being People are getting ready for music that makes them feel happy again rather than being depressed at the way the world is going right now. — Estelle
Being Happy Not Depressed Sayings By Mehmet Murat Ildan: If fame came near to you to get you, you must run away from it If fame came near to you to get you, you must run away from it very fast! Because this is a matter of freedom and captivity! — Mehmet Murat Ildan
Being Happy Not Depressed Sayings By Karen Salmansohn: Stop allowing yourself to focus on depressing life circumstances - including focusing on being depressed Stop allowing yourself to focus on depressing life circumstances - including focusing on being depressed about your weight. All this negative focus will only lead you to feeling bummed and wanting to pig out. Instead, consciously focus on happy life circumstances you enjoy doing, and create more of them! — Karen Salmansohn
Being Happy Not Depressed Sayings By Adele: I'm like the opposite of one of those comedians who's funny on stage and depressed I'm like the opposite of one of those comedians who's funny on stage and depressed behind closed doors . On record, I can get pretty dark, but in real life I'm very carefree. But when I'm happy, I ain't writing songs, I'm out having a laugh, being in love. I wouldn't have the time. If I ever get married, it'll be 'Darling, I need a divorce, it's been three years, I've got a record to write!' — Adele
Being Happy Not Depressed Sayings By Unknown: But it is a noteworthy fact that eminent qualities in men may often be traced But it is a noteworthy fact that eminent qualities in men may often be traced to similar qualities in their mothers. — Unknown
Being Happy Not Depressed Sayings By Joanna Lumley: There was one 'crime' during the whole time I was at school, when a fountain There was one 'crime' during the whole time I was at school, when a fountain pen went missing. Stealing just didn't happen. I was taught not to shoplift, not to steal, not to behave badly. We weren't even allowed to drop litter. — Joanna Lumley
Being Happy Not Depressed Sayings By Abigail Tarttelin: I'm starting to understand that attempting to be perfect has been the goal of my I'm starting to understand that attempting to be perfect has been the goal of my life. Our lives. Attempting to be this fault-free, smiling person in this loving, happy family that fits so perfectly in this pretty, inoffensive little town. What was so bad about that goal after all? Only that I couldn't do it. That I let everybody down. I've been so down about it, so depressed thinking about all the balls I was trying to juggle that I've dropped, and now the cogs are turning toward total apathy toward it all, everything and all I can think about is that I am a shell of a human being. I'm a pushover. I'm to blame. — Abigail Tarttelin
Being Happy Not Depressed Sayings By Abraham Kaplan: Every discipline develops standards of professional competence to which its workers are subject ... Every Every discipline develops standards of professional competence to which its workers are subject ... Every scientific community is a society in the small, so to speak, with its own agencies of social control. — Abraham Kaplan
Being Happy Not Depressed Sayings By Lang Leav: And though you know it's wrongful,there is someone else you long for. And though you know it's wrongful,
there is someone else you long for. — Lang Leav