With the oceans dying and coral reefs disappearing, a new wave of research is trying to figure out why we are so happy with our lives.
The Happiness Project is a project to track people’s happiness using the internet and is being funded by the John Templeton Foundation.
It is one of several projects funded by Templeton that seek to understand why people are so willing to give up their possessions and live life on the edge.
The project started with a group of students at Stanford University and is now led by the Stanford researchers.
We asked participants to rank their feelings of happiness from one to ten, and then rate how happy they felt each day.
Here’s a look at the top 10.1.
Happiness is just a feeling.
It’s not the same as knowing a person is alive.2.
Happiness doesn’t exist in an external place.
It is based on our internal sense of wellbeing.3.
We experience happiness in our own lives.
Happiness comes from our relationships with others and the things we create and make in our lives, including our relationships to our family and friends.4.
Happiness isn’t measured by how much we spend.
Happiness can be measured by the things people spend time doing and how well they are doing it.5.
Happiness changes over time.
For example, some people experience a huge boost in happiness after they stop working.
This could be because they have more free time or because their job has changed.6.
We need to find the right kind of happiness.
If we’re happy when we’re not feeling it, it’s likely that we’re happier when we are feeling it.
The happiness project uses a variety of methods to determine happiness.
We’re looking for people who are satisfied with their lives and feel they are having the best life.7.
The happiest people also have the highest levels of happiness overall.8.
The most common reason people say they are happy is because they are “very” or “very happy” about their life.9.
Happiness depends on our moods and needs.
It can be hard to know exactly what to do with your life when you’re feeling unhappy.
We can learn a lot from the happiest people.10.
Happiness in our daily lives can be defined as feeling a sense of well-being and satisfaction in your life.