Some people have everything yet are miserable; others have little or
nothing but are full of life and vitality.
What makes the difference is the discovery that what happens to you,
however hard, need not ultimately control how you feel.
Happiness (or unhappiness) is largely a choice. Seek happiness for
itself, and it escapes you. But if you aim for other, better, higher
things, you may find it follows you. What constitutes well-being and a
full life is examined in these pages. The authors hold a Christian
worldview but invite those who may not share it to join them in the
values which, make for wholeness. Here is no empty promise of some magic
'ten easy steps to happiness', no quick fixes or short cuts. Rather, the
reader will find that dreams need discipline, contentment comes through
character, and it is meaning that makes life worthwhile.
Happiness is a serious business!