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My First Book in More than a Decade

A recommended loan from a friend, and yes, I had a good read and learnt several important lessons about happiness quoted from the novel.

Lesson No. 1: Making comparisons can spoil your happiness.

Lesson No. 2: Happiness often comes when least expected.

Lesson No. 3: Many people see happiness only in their future.

Lesson No. 4: Many people think that happiness comes from having more power or more money.

Lesson No. 5: Sometimes happiness is not knowing the whole story.

Lesson No. 6: Happiness is a long walk in beautiful, unfamiliar mountains.

Lesson No. 7: It’s a mistake to think that happiness is a goal.

Lesson No. 8: Happiness is being with the people you love.

Lesson No. 8b: Unhappiness is being separated from the people you love.

Lesson No. 9: Happiness is knowing your family lacks for nothing.

Lesson No. 10: Happiness is doing a job you love.

Lesson No. 11: Happiness is having a home and a garden of your own.

Lesson No. 12: It’s harder to be happy in a country run by bad people.

Lesson No. 13: Happiness is to be loved for exactly who you are.

Lesson No. 14: People are kinder to a child who smiles.

Lesson No. 15: Happiness comes when you feel truly alive.

Lesson No. 16: Happiness is knowing how to celebrate.

Lesson No. 17: Happiness is caring about the happiness of those you love.

Lesson No. 18: Happiness could be the freedom to love more than one woman at the same time.
Happiness is not attaching too much importance to what other people think.

Lesson No. 19: The sun and the sea make everybody happy.

Lesson No. 20: Happiness is a certain way of seeing things.

Lesson No. 21: Rivalry poisons happiness.

Lesson No. 22: Women care more than men about making others happy.

Lesson No. 23: Happiness means making sure that those around you are happy?

UPDATE:

Omg they’re making a movie out of this book! Coolios!

I’m gonna catch it!

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