When asked in surveys about life values and priorities the consistent number one answer is "to be happy." It is the most common wishing ground on which we stand. So, how? In recent years, attitudes on research about what makes us happy have changed. Instead of studying what makes us depressed, research psychologists and neuroscientists around the world are reporting solid outcomes in determining more precisely what does, indeed, make us happy. In this service we will explore together what works, and what doesn't seem to work, for us to be happy despite the many challenges of life. (Our Universalist ancestors knew this too!)

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