BTW, Speaking about justice…

On Being Happy

Posted on: July 23, 2010

Spiritually, the Dalai Lama said that the purpose of life is to be happy.

Politically, the US constitution guarantees the people’s pursuit of happiness.

Scientifically, Daniel Gilbert’s research showed that people find happiness when they stumble upon it.

So, if the purpose is to be happy, that the pursuit is guaranteed by law, and happiness comes from perpetual stumbling, is happiness still a purpose worth achieving?


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Lishia Erza

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