"I don't expect to be happy, but it's gotten beyond that, somehow." Anne Morrow Lindbergh, American aviator
"it's gotten beyond that, somehow." Somehow how?
As in: a terrible thing happened to her (which we know did). After which, merely not being happy would be an improvement?
As in: she'd thought she knew what happiness was. And didn't necessarily expect it. But now she knows of something so beyond happiness (something spiritual, perhaps?) that wanting to be happy seems minor?
As in: with so much warring against happiness, she never expected it. But, in the end, she became happy beyond her wildest imaginings?
Maybe if I knew "somehow," I could decide how to feel about this quote.
Quotes-of-the day from the 2014 Keep Calm & Carry On desk calendar