Happiness is the central pursuit of all sentient beings. All living creatures seek happiness in different ways. Mankind, clever enough to take care of itself and greedy enough to destroy the environment in its pursuit of materialistic pleasure has often found happiness to be elusive. One of the reasons for this is perhaps the fact that mankind has often sacrificed bliss at the altar of greed.
In this book, the author examines the concept of happiness, explores its links with innate bliss and arrives at some very interesting and altruistic conclusions. He gives suggestions on how an ethical approach could work in bringing happiness in our day to day lives and how we can train ourselves to be happy in all circumstances.
This is not a New Age book. Nor is it philosophical. It is merely a handbook for those who wish to achieve happiness in their lives.