Margaret Lee Runbeck
Jul 25, 2012-- There is a vitally important shift underway in how we think about progress. Growing numbers of economists, political leaders and expert commentators are calling for better measures of how well society is doing; measures that track not just our economic standard of living, but our overall quality of life. We too can benefit from a shift in priorities and a recognition that real happiness is less about what we earn or own and more about our relationships and state of mind; it's as much about what we can contribute as what we can get for ourselves. Learn how the UK is measuring national well being in order to create a happier society. (8654 reads)
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You think that good is hating what is bad. What is bad is the hating mind itself.
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