In today’s Huffington Post article, I share my thoughts on not knowing the future, and why that should make us all happier. In the book, this is called the “future uncertain” tense in the language of Happiness, and it’s why the little annoyances that alter your plans should never make you unhappy.
Added cool news for the day — Happiness as a Second Language now has 31 reviews on Amazon — 30 of them 5-star, including the latest one from W. Bruce Cameron, author of the amazing novel, A Dog’s Purpose. If you haven’t written your review yet, please add your voice to the mix.
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Have a great weekend! Spread joy.