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The Conquest of Happiness

I like the way he slyly says that “disenchantment” should not be “regarded as a higher form of wisdom. Astfel de temeiuri exista rusell, pentru ca in cel mai raz caz nu ti se poate intampla nimic de importanta cosmica. He explains this from a purely rational and non-theistic perspective, taking nothing for granted. I read it because I’m into happiness books these days, but this one felt curiously dated it came out in View all 5 comments.

Books by Bertrand Russell. Now, how do you argue with a person like that?

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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Doar o mostra mai adaug: No trivia or quizzes yet. Russell is particularly good on envy, competitiveness, and workaholism. He stressed that boredom is a necessary part of life and we should not deplete our faculties trying to keep our life interesting all the time. Thinking about yourself purely in relation to others leads directly to a certain amount of competitiveness; many people struggle, not to attain something they need, but simply to win a race against their peers.


Que no nos dejemos llevar por nuestras pasiones y controlar nuestras emociones, para que no nos nublen la vista. I would mention in passing that at least some of these things are interchangeable. The introvert, “with the manifold spectacle of the world spread out before him, turns away and gazes only upon the emptiness within. Speaks about what it really means to have your conscience prick you.

Will this ever be useful? The difference between being an introvert or an extrovert is essentially the same as being tall or short, neither condition being superior or inferior to the other but each certainly different from the other.

The Buddha once noted that the thoughts of today are the seedbed for the thoughts of tomorrow; similarly, Russell notes the importance of training one’s unconscious thoughts, to carefully reason out one’s worries, and not to suppress them. To return to the book, Russell, with his usually acute mind, tackles this trouble, among others, offering friendly advice on how to avoid it and to maintain a mental balance.

The Conquest of Happiness by Bertrand Russell (4 star ratings)

Fundamental happiness depends more than anything else upon what may be called a friendly interest in persons and things.

The second part of the book, to me, was less interesting. The book consists of two separate parts: Mar 28, Tara rated it did not like it Shelves: Refresh and try again. After working furiously for decades, he concluded that, after all, he was only trying to make advertisements, so why on earth had he spent so many stressful hours at the office rather than at home?


Things that cause happiness: To feel tragedy, one must be aware of the world in which he lives American enjoyment of existence “The struggle of life” Poverty I have no doubt that those who have suffered greatly though poverty in their childhood are haunted by terrors lest their children should suffer similarly Quieter pleasures All the quieter pleasures have been abandoned What use would such knowledge be?

There are a few niggling comments I could make. A transcendent experience, I could relate so much, it was like looking into the mirror, it called to me. Oct 03, Debbie Madrid cauutarea it eussell was amazing.

Renaissance-man-philosopher Bertrand Russell looks at un happiness. I frequently attributed some of my sorrows to how devastatingly bad and evil the world can be. The book is split into two halves: Russell tackles them one by one and convincingly states that a person would be a lot better off without those pecky frustrations and concerns.

I think this book has very wise insights of life and the way we should be living.