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Today, March 20th 2013, is the first International Day of Happiness as declared by the United Nations (UN). A day of happiness sounds like a great idea, so let’s find out where this notion came from and what it means exactly.
Where it all began: in Bhutan. Haven’t heard of it? It’s a tiny state located in South Asia. In 2005, Bhutan began building the world’s first Gross National Happiness Index- a means of measuring well-being through aspects such as life satisfaction, emotions, spirituality, health, education and ecological diversity. By 2010, 41% of people surveyed in Bhutan ranked as “happy”, based on factors like work, literacy and housing. A year later the nation sponsored “Happiness: Towards a Holistic Approach to Development”, which stated that Gross Domestic Product (GDP) and economic growth should promote sustainable development, but that worldwide happiness is reliant on social and environmental well-being as well.
Aim: what…

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  1. Bhutan a country I first heard of in a documentary ehen I was around 15 and its my plan to visit there one day but its very expensive, you visa is around $100 a day and you have to go in a group and have to have a guide. No Western material is allowed in, they are the best recyclers in the world, you cannot gather sticks for the fire without permission. They also like the penis, which is carved into the walls of many of the wooden homes. Their postage stamos used to be made from recycled metals. The country has never been invaded. When I win th lottery I will go on me tour of Russia, Mongolia, China, Tibet, base camp of Everest Bhutan, India, Pakistan, and home lol Now where did I out that lottery ticket 😀


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