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happiness

(hăp′ē-nĕs) [ME.]
A subjective sense of well-being. A bright and positive outlook toward life.
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Paul in the Second Reading is overflowing with gladness as he calls upon the Philippians to rejoice and give thanks to the Lord.
Diamond Fields disappointed in the Athasi Stakes after her Gladness win.
Onenightidreamed, Flight Risk and Joailliere are closely-matched on their Gladness form, when they finished second, third and fourth respectively.
That victory - his first since winning the Gladness two years - ought to have done him the world of good and, with confidence restored, he can continue to make early-season gains for his wise connections.
The Gladness has attracted four runners with Group 1 form and another of these, Sovereign Debt, makes plenty of appeal.
"The new beer is called Gladness, in a pub near you soon," Suggs said.
On the other hand, the French ambassador expressed his gladness to serve the Kingdom of Bahrain which is linked to France with friendly and deep rooted relations, praising the Kingdom's reform measures and steps.
Joy and gladness fill my life, Well actually that's a lie, I just feel as I always have, That quite soon I shall die.
The service ended with the traditional singing of Harvest Gladness - also known as The Drop.
MEMORIES In the twilight of my life I look back on my years Of the wonder love and strife And a few of my fears Some years were so full of gladness I long to relive sometimes A few reflect some sadness Which comes to us at times Maybe the loss of a loved one Has brought us some grief and sorrow But when a child is born It brings a bright tomorrow My children have now grown And spread their wings in life The seeds which they have grown Now brighten up my life The twilight of my life is bright With children's love and kiss I can relax at night And reminisce NORMAN RAYNE
It is a big day for gladness at the Sober Valley Lodge because now I can take all of the bazillions, never have to look at [Chuck Lorre] again and I never have to put on those silly shirts for as long as this warlock exists in his terrestrial dimension."
As a hymn puts it: "Let us sing of Easter gladness that rejoices every day,Sing of hope and faith uplifted; Love has rolled the stone away".