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COMMENTARY: What Makes Us Happy?

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There is an ever-growing body of knowledge about the nature and causes of happiness. For one thing, it’s clear that happiness is a feeling, not a circumstance. Happiness is more than just fun or pleasure. It’s a more durable sense of well being. Our happiness depends not on what happens to us, but what happens in us. In other words, … Read More The post COMMENTARY: What Makes Us Happy? appeared first on What Will Matter.

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COMMENTARY 968.3: So, What Makes Us Happy?

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There is an ever-growing body of knowledge about the nature and causes of happiness. For one thing, it’s clear that happiness is a feeling, not a circumstance. Happiness is more than just fun or pleasure. It’s a more durable sense of well being. Our happiness depends not on what happens to us, but what happens in us. In other words, … Read More The post COMMENTARY 968.3: So, What Makes Us Happy? appeared first on What Will Matter.

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Building for a better tomorrow

For decades a political pariah, Myanmar has begun to transform itself from a military dictatorship into a multiparty democracy. Regularly coming last in the region in terms of gross domestic product (GDP) per capita, this is likely to be the year that it moves ahead of Cambodia.

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Building for a better tomorrow