The Book review: The Art of Happiness in a Troubled World
The Art of happiness in a Troubled World is to combine common sense with contemporary psychiatry in the twenty-first century. The consequence is a positive and rational attitude, even in the most difficult moments, to deal with human issues.
When the real world looks so terrible, how do we find peace and purpose in our lives?
During his life, his Holiness the Dalai Lama has suffered greatly, and he is still smiling and serene. How’s he? How’s he? Dr. Cutler in The Art of Bliss in a Displeased World guides readers through the philosophy of the Dalai Lama on how to maintain calmness and to deal with the pain inherent in life. Together, they explore the root causes behind all of the world’s challenges to teach us how we should tackle these calamities in a manner that decreases misery and allows us to be happier.
If you ask him whether he is satisfied, the Dalai Lama will give you unconditional yes, even though he was suffering the loss of his country. Furthermore, he will remind you that the meaning of life is happiness and that our very movement is for happiness. It was still a matter about how to get there. He tried previously to respond, but a therapist has never helped him to get the word out of a way where we would clearly understand.
The Dalai Lama encourages the reader to recognise cultural factors and ways of thought that contribute to personal unhappiness, to recognise the difficulties that we face personally as well as the sufferings of others, through stories, meditations and in-depth conversations.