2:7:6 (42.7) happiness ensues from the recognition of truth because it can be acted out; it can be lived.
2:7:11 (43.4) Health, sanity, and happiness are integrations of truth, beauty, and goodness as they are blended in human experience.
55:5:6 (630.3) The pursuit of happiness is an experience of joy and satisfaction.
48:7:10 (556.10) Effort does not always produce joy, but there is no happiness without intelligent effort.
70:9:17 (794.12) It is the business and duty of society to provide the child of nature with a fair and peaceful opportunity to pursue self-maintenance, participate in self-perpetuation, while at the same time enjoying some measure of self-gratification, the sum of all three constituting human happiness.