The definition of happiness most agreed upon by neuroscientists, psychiatrists, economists, positive psychologists and Buddhist Monks is not of happiness as the state of bursting with glee but of happiness as a sense of well being, contentment, the feeling of living a meaningful life, of utilizing one’s gifts, of living with thought and with purpose.

Researchers like David Lykken and Sonjya Lyubomirsky have informed us that happiness is a “ many factored thing.” From their research with genetic twins they report that...
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