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Happiness is the reward we get for living to the highest right we know
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"Happiness is the reward we get for living to the highest right we know"

- Richard Bach

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This quote by Richard Bach speaks with the idea that happiness is something that we can earn through living our lives in such a way that is true to our worths and beliefs. It suggests that when we live our lives in such a way that is consistent with our greatest standards, we are rewarded with a sense of delight and contentment. This quote motivates us to pursue excellence in our lives, to be real to ourselves, and to deal with stability. It advises us that when we live our lives in such a way that is true to our values, we will be rewarded with a sense of happiness and fulfillment. This quote is a pointer that when we live our lives to the very best of our capabilities, we will be rewarded with a sense of pleasure and satisfaction.

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Richard Bach This quote is written / told by Richard Bach somewhere between June 23, 1936 and today. He was a famous Novelist from USA. The author also have 47 other quotes.

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