PHILOSOPHY OF HAPPINESS

 

 A THEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL EXAMINATION BY MARTIN JANELLO

 

 

  INTRODUCTION

 

This collection contains over 600 original quotes and poems on love and its vicinities. It cites motivations most readily recognize as their preeminent desires. By themselves, these reflections are mere fragments. Stating them together represents an attempt to circle in on their common nature and some of their particularities.

 

All quotes and poems carry a connection with my book Philosophy of Happiness. This is hardly surprising since happiness fundamentally depends on how we fare in our attempts to satisfy our desires. However, that book explores the entirety of human happiness and takes a comprehensive approach toward its accomplishment. This collection more topically addresses and illustrates human struggle for happiness in its for many most essential objectives related to love.

 

Like Philosophy of Happiness, this book is not meant to state indisputable wisdom. Rather, its goal that is shared with all my other publications is to make readers think and feel, delve deeper into what matters for them, and find motivation and understanding for a better life.

 

A companion collection of quotes and poems, Live Knowing Life, publishedRed and black title plus stylized, 8-pronged white star with a red rhombus in each tip and separate rhombi on pink background. contemporaneously, references other prominent concerns afflicting human existence.

 

The third and fourth volumes in the Knowing series, Pine Knowing Pain and Shine Knowing Shame, continue to address some of the general themes raised in the initial two collections regarding the pursuit of human happiness.

 

To access the Love Knowing Love collection on this site at no charge, click its banner above.

 

The other collections can be accessed here.

 

To purchase the print edition of Love Knowing Love or any of the four volumes in the Knowing series, click this link.

 

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LOVE KNOWING LOVE

PHILOSOPHICAL QUOTES & POEMS

© 2013-2017 BY MARTIN JANELLO

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