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The Right to Happiness: a reality in the 21st Century

Murielle van Boxem Exerting the Right to Happiness will be a real progress in the history of humanity and a gift to be transmitted to our children, just as important as saving the planet.

If the Right to Happiness did not exist, do you think that it would be written in the Constitution of several countries (like the United States of America, for instance)? Let us cling on the subject, let’s bring an answer to one of the essential questions of our life and find solutions for our children! The Right to Happiness is a man’s right to live for himself, to choose his own private, personal, individual happiness and to work to its achievement, as long as he respects the same right for others. As Ayn Rand wrote, it does not mean that others must make him happy. Pierre Dac expressed the same in a very direct way: “Although each of us considers to be entitled to happiness, the majority of people is unconsciously stuck in misfortune […]”

To exert one’s Right to Happiness, one has to ask the good questions to break free and choose one’s life, one’s happiness and to take the responsibility for it, according to the answers. Right to Happiness rhymes with self-respect. By exerting this Right to Happiness, you are sure to live your life, not the one that others have chosen for you, or that answers only your fears you’ll like what you are and what you do. No need to be jealous of the neighbor’s greener grass.

Help us: act for your well-being, for your family, your country and your company! Become a member of the World League for the Right to Happiness.

Welcome in the 21st Century!

Murielle van Boxem
Founder of the World League for the Right to Happiness and of the Charter for the Right to Happiness in companies, International Consultant in management, she has met more than 250.000 people, of all the ages, conditions, nationalities and beliefs, thanks to her international activities in training and consulting for companies and governments. This background allowed her to listen and to observe her contemporaries who have inspired her with the idea of the Right to Happiness.