Leo Tolstoy : Why Happiness Is Happiness And It'sExternal Things?
I definitely agree with this quote, and any others like it. Happiness isn’t “outward things,” happiness isn’t worldly possessions. Happiness is found in the most organic aspects of life, in the sky, the flowers, the sunny days, friends and family, and in love. Money will always leave you wanting more, as well as power, or clothes, or a work position. Like Pahom in Leo Tolstoy’s short story, “How Much Land Does a Man Need?” Phaom had a nice plot of land, and for awhile he was under the illusion of