If you are a researcher fascinated by the concept of happiness, but you are terrified of mentioning any book that falls under the field of human development. You think that it is useless, then you may leave here and two books joined your virtual library. In science, art, philosophy, meditation, and faith come four books that motivate you to be your helper. And answer the most critical question: How can we avoid suffering and enhance our feeling of happiness and lasting well-being?
Being Happy By Andrew Matthews
The Amount of Sadness in the World has searched for happiness as a top priority for people, and the book Being Happy by Andrew Matthews has made him a bestseller in the world. It is a beautiful small book in size; its number does not exceed 200 pages. It will instill a sense of confidence and reassurance within you, away from fantasies and false solutions. It will give you practical solutions, and it will teach you how to become more successful and happy.
The Gifts Of Imperfection
Happiness is a very complex issue. But her main problem lies in the feeling of imperfection, and here the solution may be to give up the image you are supposed to be. Whether in the eyes of yourself or others and accept yourself as it is. This is what brené brown encourages in her famous book The Gifts of Imperfection.
The 100 Simple Secrets of Happy People
Although the causes of happiness fluctuate between simple and complex, large and small, some small factors remain within our reach, and this is what David Niven confirms in his book The 100 Simple Secrets of Happy People. They do not exceed one and a half or two pages each in an attempt to direct our thinking towards happiness.
The Happiness Equation
But can happiness be summed up in a mathematical equation? Neil Pasricha, the author of 1000’s blog, put together a formula for the happiness equation as follows: (If you are content + free) = you own the world, in the book The Happiness Equation.
The Happiness Track
If you first take care of your happiness and be kinder to yourself, then you will do better in your work. Happiness is the real key to achieving success and not the other way around. As it is believed, from this standpoint came the book The Happiness Track – The Path of Happiness by Emma Seppala, a professor of management at Stanford University.
Stumbling On Happiness
The Stumbling in Happiness, which has occupied the New York Times bestseller list for six months, and has been translated into more than 30 languages, shows that happiness is just around the corner from us. We keep looking for happiness, and it takes us so much time that it is difficult for us to notice and feel it.
Closing: The Happiness Hypothesis
The topic of finding happiness attracted all sages and philosophers in ancient times, and in his book The Happiness Hypothesis – Jonathan Haidt emphasized that the values of happiness do not change. But human circumstances change by relying and his historical reliance on extracting the wisdom that came in Books of wise men and philosophers.