based on my self-educating experience in the subject of happiness, i hereby make a wild call for a universal educational program designed to consciously and directly educate and train all people to become happy feeling subjects. such program should be made the most readily accessible part of the most basic education to all people in a given society.
it would be greatly beneficial if children and teenagers can be exposed to a life-long cause named 'happiness' in their informing years; it would be equally helpful if adults can participate in this happiness-focused program whenever they feel the need.
needless to say, a universal educational program in happiness can certainly make our world a much better one. it is my firm belief that such program is as important as, if not more than, any educational program in science, technology or humanities.
here at this unnoticed blogsite, i will continue trying to present and archive all my self-taught knowledge about happiness, as well as all the techniques and skills that i know or have self-learned to be helpful in the attainment of happiness.
personal happy notes::
1/ last night i dreamed that my younger poet-son Allen's disc problem was magically solved. because of this physical pain, both he and i have been suffering much since october 2008 when he was only 13 years old. during the past few years, both he and i have written and published some quite 'good' poetry about it: for examples, his 'spring slumber,' and my 'fatherly fear'.
2/ this evening, my elder architect-son George is returning home from his busy work at sillicon valley for a short stay. i have not seen him for 2 years. whenever i think of my two sons, i am happy and proud, as they are the two best poems i have published in this world.