Authors: Dalai Lama XIV,Howard C. Cutler
Dalai Lama is known for his positive aura, constant happiness and contagious smile. Even his presence alone is enough to bring smiles to other people’s faces. In The Art of Happiness, he shares the secret to this joy and steers us towards happiness that doesn’t get affected by the tragedies and uncertainties of life.
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