New Translation Promises Calm to Conflict-Plagued Southern Thailand

The Way to Happiness is now printing in Malay-Jawi, the Arabic-script language of southern Thailand, bringing to the insurgency-ravaged region the prospect of lasting peace.


read more >>

Bringing Happiness and Productivity to Hungary 365 Days a Year

Pulling Hungary up from its moral slump a decade ago, husband and wife Antónia and Ferenc Novák are using The Way to Happiness to return to the people their pride and happiness.

read more >>

Pakistan’s “Torch of Happiness”

Aisha Zafar combines charm and a zeal for helping others to point children and adults alike to more worthwhile and happier lives.

read more >>

Never Too Late to Map a New Road

One man’s sharing of The Way to Happiness changes another man’s life.

read more >>

Police Commander Puts The Way to Happiness to Work in the “Pearl of the Caribbean”

When an island paradise turns criminal and violent, Commander Edgar Salazar calls in the 21 precepts. Calm begins to follow in their wake.

read more >>

Monthly “Peace Rides” Drop Crime in South Central Los Angeles with The Way to Happiness

When people of every race, color and creed join together in solidarity to bring a message of peace to troubled neighborhoods in Los Angeles, they bring their most potent weapon: The Way to Happiness.

read more >>

Custom Cover Booklets a Global Phenomenon

Individuals, groups and companies make The Way to Happiness their own—as an extension of work, goals and community.

read more >>

The 21 Precepts to Uplift Honduras

Retired army veteran Jason Martin recently brought The Way to Happiness to Hondurans in need.

read more >>

First Lady of Gomez Palacio uses The Way to Happiness to Transform her City

With the 21 precepts now in every school in her city, Any Mexsen reaps the rewards—drug use, teen pregnancies and bullying all dropping and students embracing new lives.

read more >>

Doing Something About It in South Africa with The Way to Happiness

In an impoverished and crime-ridden country, Way to Happinessadvocate Heidi Wolfaardt is putting the 21 precepts to work to restore values to her people.

read more >>

Way to Happiness Ambassador Runs World’s Toughest Race for the 15th Time

From 122 degrees Fahrenheit down to below freezing, through dust storms, thundershowers and no sleep, John Radich runs for a cause.

read more >>

Israeli Mayor Embraces The Way to Happiness

Way to Happiness emissaries and rock band members inspire the leader of an Israeli city.

read more >>

With Mass Distribution of The Way to Happiness, Crime Takes a Dive in Amsterdam

After one Amsterdammer reaches every household in his city with The Way to Happiness, a moral resurgence follows making it now the fifth safest city in the world.

read more >>

Homicides Plummet as The Way to Happiness Campaign Rises in Ecuador

Captain Marcelo Montenegro of the Ecuadorian police works wonders with the 21 precepts, training colleagues and gang members, conducting mass distribution, dropping crime and rising in the ranks with The Way to Happiness.

read more >>

How They are Saving Lives in Compton

Founder of the Teen Intervention Project, Isaac Asberry has dropped crime and worked magic even he can’t explain.

read more >>

Thousands in Istanbul Learn the 21 Precepts

A fledgling Way to Happiness team in Turkey is off to a fast start.

read more >>

Helping the People of a Lost and Abandoned Nation with The Way to Happiness

How one teacher brought her native country of Latvia hope in desperate times with the 21 precepts.

read more >>

A Recap of The Way to Happiness in Colombia—Now the Happiest Country in the World

Reaching 20 percent of the population and contributing to a 50 percent drop in crime, the 21 precepts have transformed this Latin American nation.

read more >>

Unity in the Wake of Conflict in Lebanon

Thousands in the Arab country embrace The Way to Happiness as the force for the peace they have been seeking.

read more >>

In the Cradle of Western Civilization

A Greek team places the legendary book in the hands of hundreds of thousands.

read more >>