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February 23, 2011

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Greg Linster

Meaning, fulfillment and purpose all come to mind. Is it possible that happiness could be the lowest form of human gratification?

Kent @ The Financial Philosopher

Greg, I agree. Meaning, fulfillment and purpose are all opportunity costs of seeking happiness.

Richard

Hi !
Thank you for the article and all your site, I really like it and had a nice time reading everything :)
If you want you can check my site too (http://www.devilandgod.com/) to discuss about philosophy.

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Critics argue that the Bhutan government’s implementation of a country-wide pursuit of happiness will mean sacrifices in material, or financial, growth for its people. Given that a majority of the people in Bhutan still live in poverty relative to the rest of the developed world, the critics may be right, but is the pursuit of happiness an unrealistic goal?

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