Feb 21 2012

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I have never visited Bhutan, but nonetheless feel a very close bond with the people of that nation.

Can they utilise their Gross National Happiness concept and really help the rest of the world realise the benefits of that style of measuring values and purpose in our lives.

Rather than being totally “obsessed” (I may be overstating this attitude for some nations) with material benefits and gain as exemplified by Gross National Product and similar economic indicators.

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  • By Crisinda, May 5, 2012 @ 1:29 pm

    Why is Bhutan so high? Because they You can’t manage a thing you don’t measure. Instead of Gross Domestic Product, western nations should be measuring their happiness, with government programs optimized for increasing it.But we’d rather equate quality of life with dollars spent. So a dollar spent cleaning up a mess that a company made while making a dollar counts twice as much of a desirable thing.

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