The Way to Happiness: A Common Sense Guide to Better Living [With Paperback Book]

Version: Abridged
Author: L. Ron Hubbard
Narrator: Art LaFleur
Genres: Self Development, World Religions
Publisher: Bridge Publications
Published In: November 2007
# of Units: 2 CDs
Length: 1 hour, 18 minutes
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Overview

The Way to Happiness

True joy and happiness are valuable.

If one does not survive, no joy and no happiness
are obtainable.
Trying to survive in a chaotic, dishonest and
generally immoral society is difficult.

Any individual or group seeks to obtain from life what pleasure
and freedom from pain that they can.

Your own survival can be threatened by the bad actions of
others around you.

Your own happiness can be turned to tragedy and sorrow by
the dishonesty and misconduct of others.

I am sure you can think of instances of this actually happening.
Such wrongs reduce one's survival and impair one's happiness.

You are important to other people. You are listened to. You
can influence others.

The happiness or unhappiness of others you could name is
important to you.

Without too much trouble, using this book, you can help them
survive and lead happier lives.

While no one can guarantee that anyone else can be happy,
their chances of survival and happiness can be improved. And
with theirs, yours will be.

It is in your power to point the way to a less dangerous and
happier life.

Author Details

Author Details

Hubbard, L. Ron

L. Ron Hubbard's legendary writing career encompassed more than 250 novels, short stories and screenplays in every major genre including 19 New York Times bestsellers.\n\nA seasoned world traveler before attending college where he studied engineering and took one of the earliest courses in molecular phenomena, he went on to achieve renown as a pioneer aviator, master mariner and flag bearing expedition leader of the Explorers Club.

In the 1930s and 1940s, he was a top-line high-production writer for the popular pulp fiction magazines. His stories, many reflecting the diversity of his own life experiences, exuded a sense of realistic adventure with sharply convincing characters and dialogue that brought them vividly alive and attracted a wide readership.

When he entered the field of science fiction, he wrote high-concept stories that were crowded with action and suspense. Along with a handful of other innovatively imaginative writers, he helped lead the way in creating the Golden Age of Science Fiction and laying the foundation for the genre's continuing popularity and entertainment appeal.

Among his bestselling and classic speculative fiction trendsetters are Fear, Final Blackout, Ole Doc Methuselah, and his crowning epics, Battlefield Earth and the Mission Earth series, which together dominated American bestseller lists for 153 weeks.