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john b

This would be a superior musical illustration of the first point: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NhdOQ5BnBys

Neil

I blame drink.

Matthew

Have you been in Germany on a Sunday?

Grumpy Optimist - Andrewe Richardson

Getting our essential Human Needs met in a balanced way is the key to happiness. And though income helps there is a lot more. This is explains the weak correlation between happiness and income. This also explains why social connection is so important as this is an essential human need and modern life certainly here in the UK is designed by policy to emasculate it.
Google Human Givens sites or look at my blog.

David

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David

I wonder if it has to do with going to church. Maybe people don't like getting up early on Sunday and sitting through a sermon. Maybe married people are more likely to go to church because their partner nags them or they feel like they should do it for their kids.

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I really admire this, I mean it really looks interesting! Very nice research. Thanks to the author.

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