Hazlitt

“We are never so much disposed to quarrel with others as when we are dissatisfied with ourselves.”
--William Hazlitt

Yet another reason why we have a duty to be happy. I know I'm less quarrelsome when I'm happy.

* I'm not a foodie, so I don't often explore the wild, delightful world of foodie blogs. But I know Melanie Rehak, so I regularly check out Eating for Beginners -- "on food, farming, and raising a family" -- where my favorite feature is "Friday Food Writers."

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