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Happiness to go


What does it take to be happy?  A combination of peace of mind, stability, security, health, family, friends, comfort, helping others, fame, fortune, and a good prospect of a successful future would seem like a good formula. This week I … Continue reading

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Moments of Happiness


I was recently having lunch at a Scandinavian Ambassador’s residence in Abu Dhabi. During the meal, the Ambassador’s husband was telling us how the best part of going to his country at this time of year is the cover of … Continue reading

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What’s wrong with us?


Us, humans. There is a lot going on that is giving me the feeling that there is more wrong than right with how we are behaving as a group. According to news bulletins I read and listen to every day, … Continue reading

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To your brushes, go!


A few meaningful quotes about happiness to start our day with: “You will never be happy if you continue to search for what happiness consists of. You will never live if you are looking for the meaning of life.” Albert … Continue reading

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happy people


A train ride Whatever one feels about the US, its politics (disastrous at times), its excesses, its obnoxious and macho behaviour as a world power, it is hard to deny how colourful the Americans are.  Colourful in the sense of … Continue reading

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