सर्वे भवन्तु सुखिन:
सर्वे सन्तु निरामया:।
सर्वे भद्राणि पश्यन्तु।
मा कश्चित् दु:खभाग भवेत् ।।
Happiness be unto all.
Perfect health be unto all.
May all see what is good.
May all be free from suffering.
ii - Contentment, Peacefulness; (Santosha)
The second Niyama is contentment. It is described as not to desire more than what one has earned by his honest labour. One should not feel disappointed if less than what was expected comes, nor one should feel happy in more than what was expected is earned.

Intellectual Contentment ( Baudhika Santosha )
One should not feel perturbed or complain against God or society or fate if what one gets is insufficient, rather he should he prepare to part with what he does not need. This is intellectual contentment. It comes only when mind has given up the desire for enjoyment, as enjoined by the Vedas and others' property. This is possible when one realised that he can not get more than what is obtained. He should not covet what is not his. Manu says that contentment consist of earning earning not more than what is necessary oneself, servants and family. Contentment is the root of happiness. One should therefore. give up greed and avarice. Any conduct contrary to this is sure to cause unhappiness.
even a house holder,engaged in running a factory or carrying on agriculture ,should cultivate the virtue on contentment .if there is a loss in trade or there is drought or excessive rain, on should suppress his tendency to injustice,greediness and anger and should maintain equilibrium of mind. he should think loss and gain are pre-distinct and he should continue to endeavour to attain contentment.

Contentment in Speech ( Vachika Santosha )
Contentment of speech is to give up talkativeness. Bitter words, insult or loss should not anger a man and he should not employ harsh words. He should talk little, avoid controversy and should observe silence. This is called contentment of speech.

Bodily contentment ( Sharirika Santosha )
Bodily contentment consist of non-violence, non-stealing, non-adultery, non-enjoyment of vices, not to injure any body, non commission of any bad deed, not to be dominated by evil desire, but service to the poor. and afflicted, Brahmacharya and nobel deeds. It is also consists of forgiving one who has done us injury.