Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Life Lessons

I have noticed that "What makes us happy?" seems to be a very popular and enduring question.

Via David Brooks, we find this fascinating profile of a research project that promises to reveal the secrets of happiness.

Starting in the 1930’s, researchers followed 268 men from the time they entered college to old age and beyond. It is one of the most comprehensive longitudinal studies every completed and, as far as I can tell, it proves once and for all that being born with access to money is always a wise first step.

Also, taking a class at MoMA might prove to be fun.

No comments: