Jul 19, 2010

Though Holland has lost the recent world cup battle against Spain, it has got a reason to be HAPPY. The most happiest countries in the world are Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden and Holland. These countries are clustered together in the same region. Whereas the football world cup winner is placed in the 17th position among  the 21 European countries that were considered in the survey. 

Many researchers feel that money is the object that drives most of the waking hours of a human being. Obviously  money can buy certain kind of happiness to mankind but can't be reason for the entire happiness in one's life. Ideed, Denmark, the world's happiest country, had a per-capita GDP of $36,000 in 2009, according to the Central Intelligence Agency. That's higher than 196 of the 227 countries for which the CIA collects statistics.

Jim Harter, a chief scientist at Gallup, says that "Each of us is two different people. We evaluate our lives periodically; we sit back and reflect and summarize things that have gone on in our lives to date". "Another side is how you experience things daily. Daily experience affects your stress and your psychology. How you evaluate your life affects your decisions. It's important to think about how you can leverage that well-being."



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