YOU TOO CAN BE HAPPY
What's it about human existence that makes us want to spend time on this side of life in a state of joyous pleasure? Why is it that we seek a departure from pain and desire to live in a state of perpetual bliss? Is happiness relative? Why have many philosophers worked so hard to define in absolute terms what
happiness truly is and means?
Those questions and many more pummel my mind. I'm sure it's the same for millions of souls around the world. One resounding question worth asking is, “Do you deserve to be happy?” In eight chapters of this great work of art, the author makes an exhaustive attempt at establishing the fact that happiness is
not just a part and parcel of human existence, but that humans are condemned to seek for happiness. By seeking to define it, xraying the many perspectives shared in the past by philosophers, listing ways to seek happiness, the author embraces a daring challenge.
By reading this book, he gives you a charge – you're qualified to seek happiness. He even attempts a bolder challenge – uniting every reader into a collective consciousness that the happiness we seek is inside of us. It's our duty to embrace it, live it and live harmoniously.
You can be happy, too!