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This book is funny, well written and just plain fun to read.
He travels to Iceland, Netherlands, Switzerland, Bhutan, Thailand, India, Moldova Great Britain and the United States in one year.
Reading his book will help you examine what you need to be happy, and how far you are willing to go to get it.
I love this book. Each chapter focuses on a different country and their ideas about what makes a culture or society or person happy. Read morePublished 21 days ago by AngelFace
WOW - what a thrill to explore other cultures, other places & realize that there are other ways of thinking and being than our own emic view! Read morePublished 29 days ago by Ardyth Gilbertson
It has some wear on the cover as I expected but it had some kind of mysterious stain that I had to scrub off the cover. Thankfully all the pages seem to be inside~Published 1 month ago by Shareena
Entertaining, very good writing. Can't say I agree with all of the conclusions, but there's no voice of arrogance. He's just thinking out loud. Really enjoyed this.Published 1 month ago by Paul J Rudnitsky
read this book in college and coming back to it again. Love this book and a good reread when your feeling it.Published 2 months ago by Chani
Great little vignettes about a variety of different places and their cultures. Nice appreciation of the quirky individualism of each of the countries included.Published 2 months ago by Teresa S. Gulyas
Hands down, this is one of my favorite books. Especially interesting for people who love travel and learning about other cultures, but even if you are just curious about happiness... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Katarina O'Dette
... a global expedition and adventure in pursuit of the meaning of happiness laced with Weiner's dry humor that will leave you chuckling and with a warm feeling for most of... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Clarence Darrow