Sunday, 17 January 2016


The idea has been transmitted from generation to generation, that happiness is one large and beautiful precious stone – a single gem, so rare that all search for it is vain, all effort for it hopeless. It is not so. Happiness is a mosaic, composed of many smaller stones. Each taken apart and viewed singly, may be of little value; but when all are grouped together and judiciously combined and set, they form a graceful whole – a costly jewel. Trample not under foot, then, the little pleasures that appear along the daily path, while you look for some great joy which may never be attained. - T. L. Haines & L. W. Yaggy

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