The study room

In essence I wish for the Bodhisattva - the Enlightened Existence.
"True contentment is neither merry nor noisy;we are jealous of so sweet a sentiment, when we enjoy it we thinkabout it, we delight in it for fear it should escape us. A reallyhappy man says little and laughs little; he hugs his happiness, soto speak, to his heart. Noisy games, violent delight, conceal thedisappointment of satiety. But melancholy is the friend of pleasure;tears and pity attend our sweetest enjoyment, and great joys callfor tears rather than laughter.”
He continues,
"The man of the world almost always wears a mask. He is scarcelyever himself and is almost a stranger to himself; he is ill at easewhen he is forced into his own company. Not what he is, but whathe seems, is all he cares for.”
Jean Jacques Rousseau, Emile, or On Education

"True contentment is neither merry nor noisy;
we are jealous of so sweet a sentiment, when we enjoy it we think
about it, we delight in it for fear it should escape us. A really
happy man says little and laughs little; he hugs his happiness, so
to speak, to his heart. Noisy games, violent delight, conceal the
disappointment of satiety. But melancholy is the friend of pleasure;
tears and pity attend our sweetest enjoyment, and great joys call
for tears rather than laughter.”

He continues,

"The man of the world almost always wears a mask. He is scarcely
ever himself and is almost a stranger to himself; he is ill at ease
when he is forced into his own company. Not what he is, but what
he seems, is all he cares for.”

Jean Jacques Rousseau, Emile, or On Education