Thursday, November 20, 2008

The Way To Happiness spotted by New York Times Journalist in Congo

In The New York Times article, 18 Nov 08, "Confusion Reigns on Congo’s Front Line", its author Jeffrey Gettleman notices a captain from the Congolese Army reading a copy of The Way To Happiness.

A group of rebel soldiers lounged nearby, most with assault rifles, one incongruously carrying a spear. Just up the road, a captain from the Congolese Army, with whom the rebels have declared a tenuous cease-fire, sat atop a mound of biscuit wrappers and cigarette butts, studiously reading a paperback titled “The Way to Happiness.

Let's hope enough of these books are distributed throughout the troubled area in Congo and as fast as possible.

What is the Way To Happiness book?

The Way to Happiness book is a simple, non-religious, straightforward and direct GUIDE TO GOOD CHOICES, written by philiosopher and humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard. The Way to Happiness book helps individuals make positive decisions or choices, and those decisions and choices have an effect on everyone.

The principles found in The Way to Happiness book are grounded in common sense and written for application. This book is a truly practical and modern guide that anyone can use to confidently steer their way to a happier, more successful life.

The TWTH book sets a standard of conduct for the citizens of the world. This agreement then creates a civilization. A civilization is a place where individuals and groups and countries are able to get along with each other without violence and wars.

The Way to Happiness book successfully bridges cultural, language and religious barriers, and thus our campaign is comprised of volunteers and supporters from all over the world who are helping people everywhere to live happier, more successful lives and to create a safer, less violent world for all, based on these common sense principles and values.

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