UN’s International Day Of Happiness: How can we define or achieve it … and who’s profiting?

In September last year, it revealed that 27 per cent of UK adults rated their life satisfaction as “very high”; an increase over the previous year – but what does that mean, really? Scandinavian countries persistently top the ratings of the happiest countries in the world, but how do we know they’re telling the truth in surveys? Or whether they think about happiness differently? It’s all highly subjective, complex and unquantifiable… further reading http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/health-and-families/features/uns-international-day-of-happiness-how-can-we-define-or-achieve-it–and-whos-profiting-10121216.html

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