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But happiness is no respecter of persons
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"But happiness is no respecter of persons"

- Stephen Fry

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This quote by Stephen Fry suggests that happiness is not something that is unique to specific individuals or groups of individuals. It suggests that everybody has the prospective to experience joy, regardless of their background, wealth, or social status. It is a reminder that we must not be quick to judge others based upon their circumstances, as we do not know what type of happiness they might be experiencing in their lives. It also encourages us to be mindful of our own joy and to take the time to value the good things in our lives. Ultimately, this quote serves as a suggestion that joy is something that is readily available to everyone, no matter their scenarios.

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United Kingdom Flag This quote is written / told by Stephen Fry somewhere between August 24, 1957 and today. He/she was a famous Comedian from United Kingdom. The author also have 34 other quotes.

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