SB 11.25.29

sāttvikaṁ sukham ātmotthaṁ
 viṣayotthaṁ tu rājasam
tāmasaṁ moha-dainyotthaṁ
 nirguṇaṁ mad-apāśrayam
Synonyms: 
sāttvikam — in the mode of goodness; sukham — happiness; ātma-uttham — generated from the self; viṣaya-uttham — generated from sense objects; tu — but; rājasam — in the mode of passion; tāmasam — in the mode of ignorance; moha — from delusion; dainya — and degradation; uttham — derived; nirguṇam — transcendental; mat-apāśrayam — within Me.
Translation: 
Happiness derived from the self is in the mode of goodness, happiness based on sense gratification is in the mode of passion, and happiness based on delusion and degradation is in the mode of ignorance. But that happiness found within Me is transcendental.