People who don't believe in God are no happier than people who do, and those who do believe are no nicer than those who don't.
Why do I leave the March for Life every year happier than when I came? Hope and gratefulness are the reasons. Gratefulness for the life we have and the life we've given and hope for the future, to live in a world where abortion becomes unthinkable.
I want my legacy to be about the soccer, and if I can help people be happier in life in any capacity, awesome.
I think people are better for having learned, even if they aren't happier.
I met with my spiritual teacher and went to a therapist. I realized that if I came from a positive place, not only will everyone feel better and I will feel happier, but the company will work better.
I'm a happy guy, whatever happens, but I'm happier when we win.
I've been taking a lot of time to paint and be in nature. I would say I'm happier as a person. More centered. More free.
You're going to be way happier doing what you actually love and finding other people that love the same thing than doing something that other people love so you're just cooler and you have cool friends.
Success has nothing to do with box office as far as I'm concerned. Success has to do with achieving your goals, your internal goals, and growing as a person. It would have been nice to have been connected with a couple more box office hits, but in the long run, I don't think it makes you happier.
My wife says I'm much happier when I'm not a regular on a TV show.