Matthieu Ricard: World's Happiest Man on What Really Matters.
Happiness Wisdom Man Fool. I'm the happiest man in the world. Salt Bae. Man World Happiest. I have no money, no resources, no hopes. I am the happiest man alive. Henry Miller.
You know, I can be the happiest man in the world with minimal record success. Joe Nichols.
Success Man You World. There is this difference between happiness and wisdom: he that thinks himself the happiest man, really is so; but he that thinks himself the wisest, is generally the greatest fool. Charles Caleb Colton. Today I am the happiest man in the world, my son was born and thanks to God for this gift. Lionel Messi.
- Happiest Man Quotes;
- Hamell On Trial - The Happiest Man In The World [Vinyl].
- Matthieu Ricard — Happiness as Human Flourishing - The On Being Project.
God Son Today Man. If I could drop dead right now, I'd be the happiest man alive.
Meeting the Happiest Man in the World
Samuel Goldwyn. Man Dead Alive Happiest. With all my work, I have not more, with my shares in the bank and the Academy, than twelve or thirteen thousand reales a year, and with all this, I am as contented as the happiest man on earth. Francisco Goya. Work Man I Am Earth.
To see the ball, to run after it, makes me the happiest man in the world. Cake is pleasurable while eating piece 1, or even 2, but all pleasure is lost by piece 6 or by a worm being present in the cake. It is a deep sense of serenity and fulfillment. A state that pervades and underlies all emotional states. For this metaphor, he chooses the ocean, saying that well being is represented by the deep water, which remains stable, regardless of what waves or tumult occurs at the surface.
In this way we must not look to change the weather, or what is outside, which affects the surface of our lives.
We must focus on the depth and inner conditions which are constant. This is, he says, where well being resides. So how do we cultivate a calm, serene and deep-set well being in life regardless of what is happening at the surface? Can we change our way of being?
He says yes. He encourages people to focus, not on fleeting emotion, but on our stable awareness and consciousness. In other words, we need to look inward and not outward. Our consciousness is like the stable ocean deep.
- Useful Links!
- Signals and Noise.
- Silent Is the Night!
- Uccellos Vineyard?
- What Torments The Happiest Man In The World?.
And learning to bring our thoughts, our minds, back to that constant state is the key to training the mind towards a way of well being. Does this sound like meditation?
Well, it is.