Happiness is one of the most misunderstood concepts in our world. Some say it’s a choice, others define it as peace of mind. Some associate it with material possesions and cheap pleasures and others even think it doesn’t exist at all.
We believe, happiness does exist, and it is neither a choice nor a feeling. Happiness is found at the intersection of our hearts and brains, where all our core human values reside.
The reason why certain values like love, truth, and dignity prevailed throughout history is that great leaders fought and even died to defend them. True happiness is, therefore, something that is earned through the strength of character we show when we stand up for our values every day and refuse to compromise on them.
We’ve been told that if we want to live a good life we have to choose between the mind and the heart. However, we think that only by learning how to use them together can we achieve true happiness. The kind of happiness that sustains us through any tragedy in life.
Happiness is neither just about survival nor only about spirituality. Happiness comes from learning to create moments that bring the physical and spiritual world together as one.
Happiness is about living a life that respects both, our right to live and our human dignity, and we made it our mission to create a world where no one ever has to choose between those two things ever again.