What is the real enjoyment of life

"Activity is the true enjoyment of life, even life itself."

Critical writings and letters, Volume 6, Edgar Lohner, Kohlhammer 1966, p. 29, books.google.de https://books.google.de/books?hl=de&id=-2sqAAAAYAAJ&dq=%22T%C3%A4tigkeit + is + the + real% 22

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