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The Art of Happiness

Two related links for today:

Firstly, Learn how to be happy points to the website CALM (Computer Assisted Learning for the Mind) at the University of Auckland highlighting mental resilience, healthy relationships, and finding meaning in life as the combined sources of genuine happiness.

Secondly, Science & Religion Today: Spirituality (Not Religion) Makes Kids Happy points to a study out of the University of British Columbia highlighting that “feeling one’s life has meaning and value (the personal aspect) and deep, quality interpersonal relationships (the communal aspect)—are strong predictors of happiness.” The full journal article appears to be available here for the moment.

Related link: Greenflame · Philosophy : A Guide to Happiness

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