Why do you refuse the term “happiness”?

That’s because I think that happiness is not a value. I think it’s like a Sunday afternoon – something finally quite boring. What I want in my life is adventure, taking risks, confronting myself with obstacles and feeling alive. -Paulo Coelho

read it yesterday… could it be true?

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  1. Hola, Helen – it’s Jonathan here from UK. Good quote, I think that he’s right to reject that kind of happiness. The briefest pang of joy, ecstasy etc, even amidst pains and hardships, is worth all the stale, stolid contentment in the world.


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