Why good, kind, and positive people are always happier
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The new book "Good, Kind, and Happy" reveals an open secret to our life

CALIFORNIA CITY, Calif. - Californer -- The latest book by Pierre A. Kandorfer reveals an open secret of our life: Why are good, kind, and positive people always happier than the mean and selfish ones?

We all want to be happy, but only some people really succeed. Most of them are searching for happiness where nothing can be found. Empty success, instant gratification, and shallow pleasures don't lead to peace of mind and happiness. If you are searching for materialism, status, prestige, and public approval by others, just forget about ever becoming genuinely happy.

However, if you are interested in a daily experience of joy, contentment, positive well-being, and a sense your life is good, meaningful, and worthwhile, in short, "happiness," you must turn to kindness, goodness, decency, and modesty.

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Research tells us that decent, kind people are generally happier than the negative, mean, and selfish ones. This book reveals why and how.

Pierre A. Kandorfer is a veteran journalist with thirty-five years of a media background. He wrote over a dozen books, taught media communications, and worked as Dir. of Programming of nationwide TV broadcasting. He speaks several languages, is a proud Christian, and passionate Constitutionalist.

Complete information is available at http://NeverGiveUpYourDream.US

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