International Day Of Happiness

laitman_285_01Comment: On March 20th the world celebrated the International Day of Happiness. The UN adopted a resolution proclaiming the International Day of Happiness, an initiative of the Kingdom of Bhutan.

Answer: Of course, I would like there to be happiness 365 days a year.

There are many days marked on the calendar like women’s day, etc. It is desirable that on these days the whole of humanity plays a special game in happiness: to make everyone happy – for one day. That would be great!

Maybe then we would realize that it is possible. If you just think of how to make everyone happy and everyone else thinks the same about others, happiness suddenly appears. Happiness doesn’t exist in the world but it suddenly begins to appear from somewhere, and the whole world becomes imbued with this cloud of happiness.

If that happened, we would all create a cloud of happiness together, which would engulf us, envelop us, and we would float on it and feel that we are in paradise.

The chain of happiness that would return to a person would reveal to him the positive force that is concealed in our world, which we cannot feel because we don’t resemble it. But if we behaved as described above, we would generate happiness from our world and begin to use it and live in happiness.

Then a person would consume only 20 calories a day in order to live and even less because the force of happiness would permeate him and fill him. This would be the strongest source of energy.

Gradually immersing ourselves in this state, playing with happiness, we would attain eternity and most importantly become immortal. After all, what actually kills us is the state of unhappiness that our egoism brings us.

The wisdom of Kabbalah offers us to be happy and shows us how to do it. So I am for true happiness 365 days a year.
From KabTV’s “News with Michael Laitman” 3/20/16

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