How to be happy even during difficult times

  • Family
  • Friday, 19 Mar 2021

There are different formulas for happiness for each individual. Photo: Pixabay

The International Day of Happiness falls on March 20 as declared by the United Nations back in 2013 to recognise the importance of happiness in people’s lives as a basic human right. It was also to underline the commitment of the UN’s 193 member states to “better capture the importance of the pursuit of happiness and well-being in development with a view to guiding their public policies.”

A World Happiness Report is also released by the UN, which measures and compares the happiness level of different countries.

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