„I feel happy — deep down. May you be happy too.“

Journal entry (14 October 1922), published in The Journal of Katherine Mansfield (1927); these are the final words of the journal
Kontext: This all sounds very strenuous and serious. But now that I have wrestled with it, it's no longer so. I feel happy — deep down. May you be happy too. I'm going to Fontainebleau on Monday and I'll be back here Tuesday night or Wednesday morning. All is well.

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„I feel happy — deep down. All is well.“

—  Katherine Mansfield New Zealand author 1888 - 1923

Entry in her journal (10 October 1922) which she tore out to send to John Middleton Murry, before changing her mind. This later became the last published entry in The Journal of Katherine Mansfield (1927) edited by J. Middleton Murry
Kontext: Warm, eager, living life — to be rooted in life — to learn, to desire to know, to feel, to think, to act. That is what I want. And nothing less. That is what I must try for. … This all sounds very strenuous and serious. But now that I have wrestled with it, it’s no longer so. I feel happy — deep down. All is well.

„When he's happy, it makes you happy too.“

—  Bisco Hatori Japanese manga artist 1975

Quelle: Ouran High School Host Club, Vol. 13

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„Sir, if you are as happy in entering the White House as I shall feel on returning to Wheatland, you are a happy man indeed.“

—  James Buchanan American politician, 15th President of the United States (in office from 1857 to 1861) 1791 - 1868

Said to Abraham Lincoln on the ride back from Lincoln's inauguration as president (4 March 1861); as quoted in James Buchanan (2004) by Jean H. Baker, Pg 140; This or slightly paraphrased variants or abbreviated versions have also been been reported as having been said before the inauguration:
Sir, if you are as happy in entering the White House as I shall feel on returning [home], you are a happy man indeed.
If you are as happy entering the presidency as I am in leaving it, then you are truly a happy man.
As quoted in Presidential Leadership : Rating the Best and the Worst in the White House (2004) edited by James Taranto and Leonard Leo
Earlier variant: Some knave or fool got up a lie from the whole cloth and it was telegraphed over the country that I was about to purchase or had purchased a place somewhere else and would not return to Wheatland. If my successor should be as happy in entering the White House as I shall feel on returning to Wheatland he will indeed be a happy man. I am just now in my own mind chalking out the course of my last message. In it, should Providence continue his blessing, I shall have nothing to record but uninterrupted success for my country. The trouble about the slavery question would all have been avoided, had the Country submitted to the decision of the Supreme Court delivered two or three days after my inaugural.
Letter to William Carpenter (13 September 1860); as published in Historical Papers and Addresses of the Lancaster County Historical Society.

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„Happiness is the feeling we experience when we are too busy to be miserable.“

—  Thomas Lansing Masson American journalist 1866 - 1934

Tom Masson in: The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine, Vol. 61 (1901). p. 319.

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„I feel healthy! I feel happy I feel terrific“

—  W. Clement Stone American New Thought author 1902 - 2002

Daily mantra for positive self-suggestion which he recommended in Success Through a Positive Mental Attitude (1960) and his teachings.

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„Happiness is just how you feel when you don't feel miserable.“

—  John Lennon English singer and songwriter 1940 - 1980

Quelle: The Beatles Anthology (2000), p. 171

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„I feel beautiful in love. There is a lot of love for you in the beholder's eye. That makes you feel very happy.“

—  Rani Mukerji Indian film actress 1978

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„I just feel so fortunate, you know? … I feel so happy.“

—  Ellen Page Canadian actress 1987

Kontext: I just feel so fortunate, you know? … I feel so happy. I feel so different from how I felt when I was closeted, and to have experiences where I meet people who have been touched in some way by just getting to be who I am is such an incredible experience... I'm in a very fortunate place in my life.
I'm a very privileged person to get to talk about issues, particularly those that affect people much, much more vulnerable to me … I feel really grateful to be in a position where potentially I can do little things or whatever I possibly can to help anyone any way I can.

As quoted in "Ellen Page on Being Able to Openly Love Girlfriend Samantha Thomas: 'It's a Beautiful Thing" by Antoinette Bueno, at ET Online (29 September 2015) http://www.etonline.com/news/172955_ellen_page_talks_being_able_to_openly_love_girlfriend_samantha_thomas/

„Happiness is a very deep and dispersed state. It's not a kind of excitement.“

—  Robertson Davies Canadian journalist, playwright, professor, critic, and novelist 1913 - 1995

"Robertson Davies" [by Paul Soles]
Conversations with Robertson Davies (1989)
Kontext: Well, I haven't got wealth or fame, but I really think I might say, and I know how dangerous it is to say this — I think I have happiness. And happiness, you know, so many people when they talk about happiness, seem to think that it is a constant state of near lunacy, that you're always hopping about like a fairy in a cartoon strip, and being noisily and obstreperously happy. I don't think that is it at all. Happiness is a certain degree of calm, a certain degree of having your feet rooted firmly in the ground, of being aware that however miserable things are at the moment that they're probably not going to be so bad after awhile, or possibly they may be going very well now, but you must keep your head because they're not going to be so good later. Happiness is a very deep and dispersed state. It's not a kind of excitement.

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„Stop feeling sorry for yourself and you will be happy.“

—  Stephen Fry English comedian, actor, writer, presenter, and activist 1957

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„Hark you shadows that in darkness dwell,
Learn to contemn light,
Happy, happy they that in hell
Feel not the world's despite.“

—  John Dowland English Renaissance composer, lutenist, and singer 1563 - 1626

"Flow my tears", line 21, The Second Book of Songs.

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