Donald Miller on Happiness

“…the times in my life when I have been most happy haven’t been the times when I’ve had the most money or the most freedom or the most anything, but rather when I’ve been in love or in community or right with people.”

— Donald Miller, Searching for God Knows What, chapter 1

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1 Comment

June 27, 2007 · 7:13 pm

One response to “Donald Miller on Happiness

  1. Happyness is relative to the person. When we strip away all of the things other people tell us we need to have and figure out what really matters to us is when happyness is gained.

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