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eBook What's wrong with being happy?: Maintaining inner tranquility against the onslaught of life (ArtScroll series) ePub

by Yisroel Miller

  • ISBN: 0899061214
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  • Author: Yisroel Miller
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Mesorah; 1st edition (1994)
  • Pages: 221
  • ePub book: 1331 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1224 kb
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De Tranquillitate Animi (On the tranquility of the mind) is a Latin work by the Stoic philosopher Seneca (4 BC–65 AD). The dialogue concerns the state of mind of Seneca's friend Annaeus Serenus, and how to cure Serenus of anxiety, worry and disg. The dialogue concerns the state of mind of Seneca's friend Annaeus Serenus, and how to cure Serenus of anxiety, worry and disgust with life. Democritus wrote a treatise On Cheerfulness (Greek: Περι εύθυμίης; Peri euthymiés). The term euthymia, or "cheerfulness", can mean steadiness of the mind, well-being of the soul, self-confidence

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Earl on the beat Tranquillity, yeah, is all I need, yeah Transparency, yeah, is all I see, yeah Yosemite where it needs to be, yeah All of these wishes, yeah, they lead for me, yeah Tranquillity, yeah, is all I need, yeah Transparency, yeah, is all I see, yeah I'm pouring my heart on a trap instrumental I went through some. shit that fucked up my mental I went to the store and bought me a kettle Uh, I went to the store and bought me a kettle Yeah, yeah, yeah

Tranquility refers to inner peace. He is saying that a quiet heart and a job that gives meaning to your life and is productive will be worth more than sparkly things that cannot teach you any life lessons.

Tranquility refers to inner peace. If you work 24/7 and devote your entire life to getting ahead in your job for wealth or power, you'll be less happy than someone who takes the time to relax and appreciate what he has. But at the same token, occupation is necessary. If you had wealth and splendor already, but you sat at home all day with nothing to do, you'd be miserable. You need a healthy balance of work to do and time to yourself.

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