„There are many kinds of joy, but they all lead to one: the joy to be loved.“

—  Michael Ende, kniha Nekonečný příběh
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The Way to Love (1995), Context: Mostly the discontent that you feel comes from not having enough of something — you are dissatisfied because you think you do not have enough money or power or success or fame or virtue or love or holiness. This is not the discontent that leads to the joy of the kingdom. Its source is greed and ambition and its fruit is restlessness and frustration. The day you are discontented not because you want more of something but without knowing what it is you want; when you are sick at heart of everything you are pursuing so far and you are sick of the pursuing itself, then your heart will attain a great clarity, an insight that will cause you mysteriously to delight in everything and in nothing.

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Of all-pervading Cosmic Joy.
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—  Dorothy Day Social activist 1897 - 1980
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—  Julie Taymor American film and theatre director 1952
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