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The book is well written and easy to read but I also found it very engaging on an intellectual level.
For some, it will make them think about things in ways they probably never have, for others it will make sense out of things that confused them, for me it did both.
Haidt combines evolutionary and cognitive science, ancient wisdom, and modern psychology to come up with a hypothesis of happiness that makes a great deal of sense.
To summarize this 246 page book in one paragraph: find a job you love, find a spouse to love, and have friends that you love, and you will find happiness within life... Read morePublished 18 days ago by TH
Once again Jonathan Haidt takes the reader on a journey of self discovery. Walking in the footsteps of ancient Greek, western and eastern philosophers Haidt deliberates over the... Read morePublished 21 days ago by Marielle Sander Lindstrom
This book is all about happiness statistics. I don't think we can hypothesize on the basis of statistics. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Harsh
I'm not finished with this book and I'm so exuberant about it that I decided to go ahead and write a review. Read morePublished 24 days ago by Jeanine Joy
My friend recomands me this book. I found this a wanderful book . This is pointed the most important thinks of our life and how to deal with.Published 29 days ago by Floriana Popteanu
Really valuable read. Very well written and informative. Cited sources and academic foundations, with great explanations.Published 1 month ago by Brad
Easy read. Good connective thoughts. Satisfied my reason for purchase.Published 1 month ago by David R. Kern