In search of happiness

Lesson 3: A smile can go a long way.

By BATYA L. LUDMAN
April 17, 2014 16:44
4 minute read.
Netanyahu meets Obama in Washington.

Obama Netanyahu smiling happy meeting 390. (photo credit: Amos Ben Gershom / GPO)

 
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Since I am technologically challenged, but also because I actually thought, “Hmm, maybe it isn’t enough just to passively wish people a good week, but to aspire for a great week,” I’ve decided to leave it that way. Perhaps we really should extend ourselves to connect with others.

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