The second assumption of the author is that happiness is a by-product. Like most good things, true happiness comes only as a result of other lifelong pursuits. This is the paradox of happiness. "No pain, no gain." John Powell describes for us the ten practices that he sees as necessary if we are to be successful in our quest for happiness.
Each of these practices is clearly described, and is then followed by self-testing exercises for processing. The program will work only if we do.
About the Author: John Powell, S.J., is a professor at Loyola University in Chicago. He is a popular lecturer, teacher, and best-selling author. In this insightful book, he offers a fresh and clear approach to our universal pursuit of human happiness.
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