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Discuss "What does happiness mean to you?"

If you think something, say something!

Penn Station Salon
presented by CONVERSATIONS NEW YORK
www.ConversationsNewYork.com
Monday, Dec. 3, 8 p.m.
Location available by RSVP to [masked]
Please join us for a conversation to share your thoughts, feelings, and experiences on the subject:
HAPPINESS
· What does happiness mean to you?
· How does it relate to other goals you may have, like success, wealth, fulfillment, fun, or service?
· What are some ways to achieve happiness, that have worked for you?
· Have your feelings about happiness changed in the aftermath of The Storm? (e.g., Rebecca Solnit refers to feelings that are “graver than happiness, but deeply positive.”)
Attendance will be limited to 7-10, to make for an enjoyable and rewarding conversation. The host will be Ron Gross, convenor of Socratic Conversations at Columbia University (www.socratesway.com/join.html).
If you’d like to review some interesting thoughts on the topic, we suggest http://www.happiness-project.com/
We’ll gather in a comfortable, quiet nook in one of the casual eateries in Penn Station – you’ll receive the exact location when you…
…RSVP to Ron Gross at [masked] --

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  • Yen

    Enjoyed discovering what makes other people feel Happy! Discovered "Laughing yoga..." :D Grateful to the organizers for making this forum possible.

    December 4, 2012

    • Yen

      Thoughtful questions, lively discussion, and well organized. I particularly liked the smaller groups and the two rounds format.

      December 6, 2012

  • Marcia

    Happiness is a good temporary expression that can be enjoyed when a person lives with an ongoing joy of life.

    I express happiness in my smile and sharing with others.

    1 · November 26, 2012

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