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Take the Happiness pledge, join the Happiness Movement

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Happiness is back in fashion, thanks to the Complete Wellbeing Happiness Movement It’s a unique movement. Its only objective is to make the world happier.

The movement is based on the idea that Happiness is contagious, which is a proven fact. In a world full of hatred, despair, skepticism and anger, the Happiness Movement is like a fresh breeze that clears the stale air and fills our hearts with hope. It encourages us to try Happiness because Happiness is not rare, as people have come to believe. In fact, Happiness spreads like a chain reaction and that is what the Happiness movement is depending on for its success.

I also like the idea of the Happiness Bomb. Imagine if we could drop a bomb that, upon striking the country, would destroy all negativity that plagues it and infects all its people with Happiness. Every country would then want to be the first to strike đŸ™‚ and no one will worry.

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Written by Manoj Khatri

1 February 2009 at 3:55 pm

Posted in Social issues

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  1. Please give me your email address. I watched today’s
    Daily Politics prog. and would like to contribute to
    ideas on Happiness. Okay?

    Mrs. Daisy Saynor

    29 March 2010 at 7:24 pm

  2. Three important aspects on Happiness:
    1) A state of mind…basically Freedom from primarily four negativities…anxieties,despair,disappointments and grief. Know the nature of negativities…that they are mere ‘things’ or sensory objects that one may have and can choose to let go; but they are not the I nor the me. How to let go? Be mindful of their nature … that they are transitory, arising and ceasing. Do not detain them with arguments of dualistic pros and cons.

    2) Define Happiness as sweet contentment and not as
    exhausting exhuberance.

    3) Happiness is taking an interest in life…in the people and cultures, at home and abroad. And enjoy the understanding and feelings and gratitude one can
    derive from this marvelous world which is ours.

    A contribution from a Buddhist.

    Mrs. Daisy Saynor

    29 March 2010 at 7:47 pm


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