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Mizuki Shigeru’s Seven Rules of Happiness.

19 Septembre 2017 , Rédigé par Pierre-Olivier Combelles

Mizuki Shigeru’s Seven Rules of Happiness.

#7 – Believe in what you cannot see – The things that mean the most are things you cannot hold in your hand.

#6 – Take it easy – Of course you need to work, but don’t overdo it! Without rest, you’ll burn yourself out.

#5 – Talent and income are unrelated – Money is not the reward of talent and hard work. Self-satisfaction is the goal. Your efforts are worthy if you do what you love.

#4 – Believe in the power of love – Doing what you love, being with people you love. Nothing is more important.

#3 – Pursue what you enjoy – Don’t worry if other people find you foolish. Look at all the people in the world who are eccentric—they are so happy! Follow your own path.

#2 – Follow your curiosity – Do what you feel drawn towards, almost like a compulsion. What you would do without money or reward.

#1 – Don’t try to win – Success is not the measure of life. Just do what you enjoy. Be happy.

Source: https://hyakumonogatari.com/category/from-mizuki-shigeru/

Mizuki Shigeru: War and Japan: http://apjjf.org/-Matthew-Penney/2905/article.html

Mizuki Shigeru’s Seven Rules of Happiness.
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