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"Human felicity is produced not as much by great pieces of good fortune that seldom happen as by little advantages that occur every day"

- Benjamin Franklin

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This quote by Benjamin Franklin recommends that real joy is not always stemmed from big, extraordinary occasions, however rather from the little, everyday events. He indicates that it is the little things in life that bring us pleasure, such as a cup of coffee in the early morning, a hug from a liked one, or a lovely sunset. These little minutes of enjoyment can add up to create a life of satisfaction and satisfaction. Franklin's words advise us to value the little minutes of pleasure that come our way, and to recognize that it is these little things that make life worth living. By taking the time to enjoy the little moments of joy, we can create a life of real felicity.

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Benjamin Franklin This quote is written / told by Benjamin Franklin between January 17, 1706 and April 17, 1790. He was a famous Politician from USA. The author also have 162 other quotes.

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