Lesson 01. Making comparisons can spoil your happiness.
Lesson 02. Happiness often comes when least expected.
Lesson 03. Many people see happiness only in their future.
Lesson 04. Many people think that happiness comes from having more power or more money.
Lesson 05. Sometimes happiness is not knowing the whole story.
Lesson 06. Happiness is a long walk in beautiful, unfamiliar mountains.
Lesson 07. It’s a mistake to think happiness is the goal.
Lesson 08. Happiness is being with the people you love.
Lesson 8b. Unhappiness is being separated from the people you love.
Lesson 09. Happiness is knowing your family lacks for nothing (a.k.a. knowing that your family doesn’t need anything).
Lesson 10. Happiness is doing a job you love.
Lesson 11. Happiness is having a home and a garden of your own.
Lesson 12. It’s harder to be happy in a country run by bad people.
Lesson 13. Happiness is feeling useful to others.
Lesson 14. Happiness is to be loved for exactly who you are.

Observation: People are kinder to a child who smiles.

Lesson 15. Happiness comes when you feel truly alive..
Lesson 16. Happiness is knowing how to celebrate.
Lesson 17. Happiness is caring about the happiness of those you love.
Lesson 19. The sun and the sea make everybody happy.
Lesson 20. Happiness is a certain way of seeing things.
Lesson 21. Rivalry poisons happiness.
Lesson 22. Women care more than men about making others happy.
Lesson 23. Happiness means making sure that those around you are happy?

Borrowed from the book “Hector and the Search For Happiness” by François Lelord