“We are free to choose to travel through our lives seeking pleasure from cars, clothes, electronics, jewelry, and of course, substances and the almighty dollar. However, rarely has a person truly obtained happiness from any of these peripheral things, in fact I will venture to say this has never been accomplished. This search in the external world is an incessant journey with an uncomfortable conclusion; it never allows genuine heartfelt contentment or peace. This chase is filled with suffering and frustration and goes on eternally unless an intrinsic commitment is made to search within for soul-felt happiness and serenity.”
Richard A. Singer, Jr. in “Your Daily Walk With the Great Minds”
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