Eric Weiner: Author who documents his search for the happiest places on earth.
“Happiness is not inside of us, but out there. Or, to be more precise, the line between out there and in here is not as sharply defined as we think.”
“Our happiness is completely and utterly intertwined with other people: family and friends and neighbors and the woman you hardly notice who cleans your office. Happiness is not a noun or verb. It is a conjuction. Connective tissue.”
“Maybe this is how enlightenment happens. Not with a thunderclap or a bolt of lightening but as a steady drip, drip, drip until one day you realize your bucket is full.”
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