Voltaire quote about happiness from Candide (1759) - My friend, you see how perishable are the riches of this world; there is nothing solid but virtue, and the happiness of seeing Cunegonde once more.
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Quotes by Voltaire · Quotes from Candide · Quotes about happiness · Quotes about virtue

My friend, you see how perishable are the riches of this world; there is nothing solid but virtue, and the happiness of seeing Cunegonde once more.

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Voltaire quote about happiness from Candide (1759) - My friend, you see how perishable are the riches of this world; there is nothing solid but virtue, and the happiness of seeing Cunegonde once more.
Voltaire quote about happiness from Candide (1759) - My friend, you see how perishable are the riches of this world; there is nothing solid but virtue, and the happiness of seeing Cunegonde once more.
Voltaire quote about happiness from Candide (1759) - My friend, you see how perishable are the riches of this world; there is nothing solid but virtue, and the happiness of seeing Cunegonde once more.
Voltaire quote about happiness from Candide (1759) - My friend, you see how perishable are the riches of this world; there is nothing solid but virtue, and the happiness of seeing Cunegonde once more.