The Way to Happiness News

   Atlanta, Georgia October 3, 2012   

These may be the most beautiful covers we have ever released…

They were designed by fine artist Bula Barua to back up her Atlanta Georgia campaign. Here’s the story:

Believing that “Art can Change the World”, Bula Barua designed a series...

   Rwanda December 20, 2011   

This is a story of a young Rwandan man Theogene, who received from Aline Jones the booklet “The Way to Happiness.”

He met Aline Jones in front of the prison Kibungo and started to talk to her to know what she was doing at the prison. She told him about the Criminon...

   Mexico City January 6, 2011   

The Director of The Way to Happiness Foundation in Mexico recently completed a pilot workshop introducing inmates and prison officials to the 21 non-religious moral precepts constituting the backbone of the Foundation’s programs.

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   Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan November 27, 2010   

Since receiving The Way to Happiness DVD, Rosa Sultangazieva, director of the largest library in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan, has shown its precepts to hundreds of students, teachers and children throughout her library network.

She finds that the film and its message dovetail...

   Juarez, Mexico November 14, 2010   

Volunteers of The Way to Happiness Foundation in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico participated in “Art in your Park” event on November 14. Sponsored by the urban beautification project group Art at the Park, the event took place in Alta Vista Park near the city’s downtown area.   

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   Leon, Mexico November 11, 2010   

While the city of Leon is known for being the leather-making capital of Mexico, it is just as infamous for having one of the highest crime rates in the entire nation. And with violence erupting on a daily basis, the need for calm is more than...

   Latrobe, Pennsylvania November 9, 2010   

With indomitable spirit, John Radich persists on his trek across America as he heads east on Route 30 through Pennsylvania. He says that he is fulfilling a 40-year dream which began in high school when he first learned of the 1928 Bunion Derby, a 3,422-...

   Allende, Mexico November 1, 2010   

With the drug war escalating and the death toll mounting from murders of both civilians and government officials, the country of Mexico is in desperate need for solutions. In fact, more than 28,000 lives have been lost since 2006, when President Felipe Calderon began an aggressive...

   Columbia, Missouri November 1, 2010   

Gang violence within Columbia, Missouri’s low-income public housing areas has been causing considerable travail to residents of this college town.

Donna Ferreira, a volunteer for The Way to Happiness Foundation, learned of this from a relative and decided to “adopt”...

   Juarez, Mexico October 8, 2010   

Citizens of Juarez might soon be the only people in the world who smile when personnel from their water company knock on their door to furnish the bill. That’s because instead of being reminded of what they owe, they are now in for a pleasant surprise. 

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