Happiness: A Guide to Developing Life’s Most Important Skill


Authors: Matthieu Ricard,Jesse Browner, Daniel Goleman


Matthieu Ricard combines his personal experiences and knowledge from poetry, philosophy and Buddhism to provide a complete handbook for a happier life. Your happiness has to be your top priority. Forsaking it for money, power or fitness will only trick you into temporary moments of “feeling good.” In Happiness, Ricard changes your perspective on life and opens your eyes to the reality of being happy.

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