“Is it a perfect philosophy believing in a moneyless society? Are there other ways to measure human well-being or happiness than GDP? Measure and facilitate the use of human well-being models on a systematic level is not easy as practice come before any theory, we can study history, well as various cultures without or less depended on material goods. Buddhism and indigenous religions might be a starting point. The outcome of a measurable index on human well-being is the basic set of fundamental variables what create conditions for happiness. These parameter or key eras are the condition for life, engagement, purpose, trust, optimism, and life satisfaction
James Lovelock is an English chemist, doctor, author and scientific instrument developer. A man is well known by many people nevertheless, few understand the importance of Lovelock groundbreaking work as a scientist and environmentalist
Pema Chädrön is a wise woman and this book is an important book for everybody not only Buddhists, in a world developing faster than ever with more choices than ever. Still, we have developed a world of fear with financial crises and terrorism. This beautiful book is pinpointing the need to develop true compassion for others. Read more…
The third and final post in the series of happiness explores the ancient forms of meditation and how we can benefit from it. Is meditation a scientifically approved method for increased happiness? Yes, new science proves that meditation is an effective tool.
Happiness comes when we manage to escape our desire is the second post in a series discussing happiness and human well-being in the twenty-first century