Aristotle: Nicomachean Ethics

According to Aristotle happiness is a powerful counterweight to virtue?

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Aristotle believed that genuine happiness can only be found in actions that lead to virtue, because only virtuous actions provide true value and not just amusement.

What are some of the points I should stress in my essay. All of the virtue actions that can lead to virtuous actions?