The following is from 'The Pocket Thich Nhat Hanh' (click)
and published by 'Shambhala Pocket Classics'.
"In Buddhism, we have the practice of apranihita, aimlessness.
If you put an aim in front of you, you'll be running all your life,
and happiness will never be possible.
Happiness is possible only when you stop running
and cherish the present moment and who you are.
You don't need to be someone else;
you're already a wonder of life."