The Art Of Happiness: A Handbook For Living
- Hodder & Stoughton General Division
- Publication Date:
- 08 November 1999
- Popular Psychology
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His Holiness again makes the things we worry about seem so very simple and clear.
The wisdom of the Dalai Lama has inspired me. He speaks from the heart and his message is simple. It is a book to come back to now and again.
a very powerful book. The psychological perspective of Dr. Cutler made it very interesting
Like so many other people who have come across this book, The Art of Happiness changed my life. Reading this book taught me how to change my perspective in order to change my world. I re-read this book everytime I feel as if I am forgetting the valuable lessons contained in this powerful book. You don't need to be Buddhist or unhappy to appreciate The Art of Happiness. This is not like the typical self-help books that preach "at" you or tell you how you should behave or live. This book is inspiring.
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