Immanuel Kant, the 19th-century German philosopher responsible for the categorical imperative and for writing one of the thickest texts in both size and comprehension of all time, Critique of Pure Reason, has also been cited for one of the simplest prescriptions for happiness:
“Rules for happiness: something to do, someone to love, something to hope for.”
Often, we chase happiness as the result of some great measurement we attain, like a dollar amount in the
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