Relative happiness, which is happiness depending on anything, must end in grief. It is man’s duty to meditate on God, Who is peace itself. Without having recourse to that which aids the remembrance of God there can be no peace.
The ceaseless, never-ending current of divine mercy and compassion ever flows forth; in that current one should bathe.
Release from all anxiety is possible by concentrating on God.
When one’s desire remains unfulfilled, fruitless, to continue craving for the same thing and be disappointed time and again surely it is futile. So long as there is desire, the experience of want and sorrow is but natural.
Whatever you may desire that is of this ever-changing world will bring you sorrow, even though momentary happiness may be had at times.