Confucius said, “You cannot open a book without learning something.” Yet one-third of high school graduates and 42 percent of college graduates never read another book the rest of their lives.
We encourage kids to read because it builds independence and self confidence while helping make sense of the world around them. Why can’t books for adults do the same? A lot of books try, if you have time to read 200+ pages or commit time every day to filling out journals and keeping records. Most adults just don’t have the time.
Lessons in Happiness is a series of happiness lessons for adults structured like children’s books – short, easily comprehended and each with a happy moral built right in. The more you read the books – bedtime stories anyone? – the stickier the lesson. After all, our pursuit of happiness doesn't need to be as difficult as we make it out to be.
Lessons in Happiness: Undeniable Truths
Moral of the Story: Trust yourself and know that you are perfectly you.
Lessons in Happiness: Flip It
Moral of the Story: A happier day is only a flip away.
Lessons in Happiness: Live on Purpose
Moral of the Story: Happiness lives with purpose.
Lessons in Happiness: Breathe
Moral of the Story: Anger can lead to happiness if managed correctly.
The first two in the series, Undeniable Truths and Flip It, are now available on Amazon.