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The Happiness Paradox
- By: Richard Eyre
- Narrated by: Paul Stefano
- Length: 7 hrs and 18 mins
New York Times number-one best-selling author Richard Eyre contends that the three things today's society desires most - control, ownership, and independence - are, paradoxically, what bring the most discouragement and unhappiness in our lives. Providing a mind-changing exploration of the inherent problems with our fixation on material possessions, control over our lives, and independence from others, Eyre responds with a unique and engaging counterpoint of how to switch to the joy-giving alternatives of serendipity, stewardship, and interdependence.
This is a must-read
- By Paul B Estrada on 05-08-19
I didn't enjoy the narrator's voice. Listened to more than half and felt like it was a waste of time. I was bored of hearing about their travels.