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March 20, 2017
What are the 'happiest' countries in the world?
For many of us, the "happiest" place on earth is "home" – wherever that may be. Of course, if you live someplace where the climate is mild, the scenery breathtaking, and the people friendly and open, you can consider yourself lucky. According to the Sustainable Development Solutions Network for the United Nations, the "happiest" country on earth is Norway. Norway? Say, what? It's true – that is, if you accept the U.N.'s definition of "happiness." CNN: Happiness isn't just about money, although it's part of it. Real gross domestic product per capita is one of the key measurements, said the report. Others include generosity, a healthy life expectancy, having someone to count on, perceived freedom to make life choices and freedom from corruption, the report's authors argued. They said it's a better measure of human welfare than analyzing education, good...(Read Full Post)