September 2007

Whither happiness? India Times 5 Sep, 2007, 0048 hrs IST,R D Kewalramani, Some time back I attended a lecture by the Bhutanese ambassador in New Delhi on ê¢__‘–Window on Bhutan". "The approach of the government of Bhutan towards development was to balance the creation of...

An equation for job happiness Polls for 125th Labor Day find mixed results among American workers By Vanessa Miller (Contact) Monday, September 3, 2007 Some days, Chris McClimans likes his job. Some days, the Boulder-based "Internet-security plumber" doesn't. That seems to be the national consensus. In anticipation of today's 125th...

From The Times September 4, 2007 Happiness lessons for all pupils Alexandra Frean, Education Editor Feeling down today? OK, let's talk about how you feel and start again. With this touchy-feely approach, the Government is hoping to bring about a revolution in the classroom. Today Ed Balls, the...

The world always looks brighter from behind a smile. - Source Unknown The world always looks brighter from the perspective of happiness. Dr. Happy Thinking is one thing no one has ever been able to tax. - Charles F. Kettering, 1876-1958, American Engineer and Inventor Happiness is...

What price is right? September 2, 2007 We all aspire to be 'comfortable' in life. But exactly how much does comfort cost, and who can afford it? Peter Munro reports. WHEN John Howard said in 1996 that he wanted Australians to feel "comfortable and relaxed", he conjured up...

What price is right? Email Print Normal font Large font September 2, 2007 Advertisement AdvertisementWe all aspire to be 'comfortable' in life. But exactly how much does comfort cost, and who can afford it? Peter Munro reports. WHEN John Howard said in 1996 that he wanted Australians to feel...

The stress of excess ANNA MILLAR VENI, VIDI, VISA: I came, I saw, I maxed it - it's the battle cry of the noughties consumer. Retail therapy - the ultimate salvation from the stresses of modern living - called, and excessive spending answered. Older generations may...

Please enjoy the following article from The Happiness Project. A key to happiness: having something to look forward to. A reader sent me an email that made a point that I hadn"t quite grasped before. She mentioned the importance of having something to look forward...

Happiness matter of attitude By Joan Clayton: Religion Columnist August 31 2007 12:00 AM There's a saying, "It's not what happens to you in life, but how you react to what happens to you that makes the difference." I"ve also heard this story often, "Two prisoners looked out...

The following article is about religion and generosity but I include it here because both of these variable have been found to be associated with happiness! Thinking About God Leads To Generosity, Study Suggests Science Daily - Thoughts related to God cultivate cooperative behaviour and generosity, according...