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"Most folks are about as happy as they make up their minds to be.
- Abraham Lincoln
So if happiness is so important to us, and its what everyone seeks, then why aren’t there any classes on how to be happy? No society, past or present, has put any emphasis on teaching people to experience what we all yearn for. You’d think with the magnitude of the role happiness plays in our lives, that there would be some type of education on the subject. Ever seen "A Study in Happiness" offered at school? No, of course not.
I’ve racked my brain trying to figure out why we don’t teach people about how to help themselves feel good, and I think it comes down to one reason. Society, as a whole, has some pretty big misconceptions about what it means to be happy. We have passed down from generation to generation the belief that happiness, or unhappiness, can be attributed to external causes. We’ve been told that other people and the circumstances make us happy or unhappy. That our happiness is outside ourselves. Here’s what Richard Evans has to say about happiness and society.
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