3. These goods are common to man and other animals: but happiness is the proper good of man alone.
4. For goods of the body, many animals are better off than man: some are swifter, some are stronger, and so of the rest. If in these things the highest good consisted, man would not be the most excellent of animals.
3.31 : That Happiness does not consist in Worldly Power
3.34 : That the Final Happiness of Man does not consist in Acts of the Moral Virtues