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  • (diff | hist) . . Lin Yutang‎; 17:07 . . (+139). .DanielTom (Talk | contribs)(The Importance of Living (1937): "To have just finished repaying all one's debts. Ah, is this not happiness?")
  • (diff | hist) . . Lin Yutang‎; 17:04 . . (+130). .DanielTom (Talk | contribs)(The Importance of Living (1937): "To open the window and let a wasp out of the room. Ah, is this not happiness?")
  • (diff | hist) . . Lin Yutang‎; 17:02 . . (+241). .DanielTom (Talk | contribs)(The Importance of Living (1937): "A traveller returns home after a long journey, and he sees the old city gate and hears the women and children on both banks of the river talking his own dialect. Ah, is this not happiness?")
  • (diff | hist) . . Lin Yutang‎; 16:55 . . (+177). .DanielTom (Talk | contribs)(The Importance of Living (1937): "To cut with a sharp knife a bright green watermelon on a big scarlet plate of a summer afternoon. Ah, is this not happiness?")
  • (diff | hist) . . Lin Yutang‎; 16:51 . . (+396). .DanielTom (Talk | contribs)(The Importance of Living (1937): "It has been raining for a whole month and I lie in bed in the morning like one drunk or ill, refusing to get up...)
  • (diff | hist) . . Lin Yutang‎; 16:47 . . (+314). .DanielTom (Talk | contribs)("I wake up in the morning and seem to hear some one in the house sighing and saying that last night some one died. I immediately ask to find out who it is, and learn that it is the sharpest, most calculating fellow in town. Ah, is this not happiness?")