The Way To Happiness Booklet

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As a long-time admirer of author and humanitarian, L. Ron Hubbard, I am a huge fan of his “Common Sense Guide to Better Living”, The Way to Happiness. As is stated on the booklet, this may be the first nonreligious moral code based wholly on common sense. It was written by L. Ron Hubbard as an individual work and is not part of any religious doctrine.

The Way to Happiness booklet has amazing success in helping both children and adults alike to better understand how their own happiness, and the happiness of those around them, depends on the application of sound principles as outlined in the book. These include honesty, integrity, tolerance and competence. In the sometimes uncaring and ruthless world we live in today, I am sure you can agree that there is plenty of room for improvement with regards putting such principles into daily practice. Over the years, The Way to Happiness booklet has provided me with a helpful guide in doing so.

The Way To Happiness: Leisa Collins custom coverTherefore I had my own custom The Way to Happiness cover made, as this booklet is given from one to another.

I am happy to provide copies of this booklet as a gift to clients, friends and acquaintances to read and discover how The Way to Happiness can bring calm and creativity to you and to those around you.

For further information on The Way to Happiness, contact The Way to Happiness Foundation International which publishes The Way to Happiness booklet for use and distribution in campaigns worldwide. With over 67 million booklets distributed, in 91 languages and in over 100 countries, The Way to Happiness Foundation’s campaign has now become an impressive grass-roots movement throughout the world.

I will leave you with this quote from Alex Haley, author of Roots.

“The goals, and the patterns, and the methods of The Way to Happiness seem to me to be about as dramatic a response to the prayers of the forefathers as could possibly be contrived…Methodic faceted ways to improve the moral, the physical, the intellectual aspects of the culture in which we live.”