Exercise and Happiness Quotes



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The happiness that is genuinely satisfying is accompanied by the fullest exercise of our faculties and the fullest realization of the world in which we live. Bertrand Russell

It is our actions and the soul's active exercise of its functions that we posit (as being Happiness); Aristotle

It is the active exercise of our faculties in conformity with virtue that causes happiness, and the opposite activities its opposite. Aristotle

To have the management of the mind is a great art, and it may be attained in a considerable degree by experience and habitual exercise. Samuel Johnson

Happiness is something final and complete in itself, as being the aim and end of all practical activities whatever .... Happiness then we define as the active exercise of the mind in conformity with perfect goodness or virtue. Aristotle

In this world, the greatest rewards of success, wealth and happiness are usually obtained not through the exercise of special powers such a genius or intellect but through one's energetic use of simple means and ordinary qualities. Og Mandino

True liberty in individuals consists in the enjoying of every right that will contribute to one's peace and happiness, so long as the exercise of such a privilege does not interfere with the same privilege in others. David O Mckay

A state is an association of similar persons whose aim is the best life possible. What is best is happiness, and to be happy is an active exercise of virtue and a complete employment of it. Aristotle

When I'm working 16-hour days and I can't work out, I get angry very easily. It's because I'm missing all those good endorphins. For me, exercise equals happiness. Heather Morris

We must exercise ourselves in the things which bring happiness, since, if that be present, we have everything, and, if that be absent, all our actions are directed toward attaining it. Gretchen Rubin

When I'm working 16-hour days and I ca' work out, I get angry very easily. It's because I'm missing all those good endorphins. For me, exercise equals happiness. Heather Morris

We maintain, and have said in the Ethics, if the arguments there adduced are of any value, that happiness is the realization and perfect exercise of virtue, and this not conditional, but absolute. And I used the term 'conditional' to express that which is indispensable, and 'absolute' to express that which is good in itself. Aristotle

Whatever discipline you exercise should be based on the goal your child is eventually to reach, namely, freedom and happiness. I would show him towards what he is growing, his ultimate fulfilment, and help him to adapt himself to that. In everything that you do, you should keep the goal in view, and hence your discipline must aim at helping the child to realize that at a certain stage he will be above all discipline. Jiddu Krishnamurti

My idea of exercise is a good brisk sit. Phyllis Diller

I think happiness is what makes you pretty. Drew Barrymore

Life is a continuous exercise in creative problem solving. Michael J. Gelb

The sovereign invigorator of the body is exercise, and of all the exercises walking is the best. Thomas Jefferson

It is exercise alone that supports the spirits, and keeps the mind in vigor. Marcus Tullius Cicero

To limit yourself to a label of "alcoholic" is masochistic and false if you have awakened a deeper spiritual identity within and have come to know your true self as unconditioned pure awareness. This doesn't mean that recovering alcoholics don't have to be concerned with relapsing, they must always remain vigilant. The power of addiction should not be underestimated. This exercise in vigilance can become a spiritual tool of liberation as well. Always being aware of choosing between real happiness and false happiness is also the discrimination required to attain enlightenment. Deepak Chopra

To have the management of the mind is a great art, and it may be attained in a considerable degree by experience and habitual exercise...Let him take a course of chemistry, or a course of rope-dance, or a course of any thing to which he is inclined at the time. Let him contrive to have as many retreats for his mind as he can, as many things to which it can fly from itself. Samuel Johnson

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