• The genius of happiness is still so rare. To possess it means to approach life with the humility of a beggar, but to treat it with the proud generosity of a prince; to bring to its totality the deep understanding of a great poet and to each of its moments the abandonment and ingenuousness of a child.

    Ellen Key, Mamah Bouton Borthwick (1911). “The Morality of Woman: And Other Essays”