The highway to happiness has many alleys. Kids in college, happiness was simple — cut an album, tour the world, cut another album. All we had then were our passions, cigarettes we never had the money to buy, a modest collection of cassettes and a track record of having won the first or second prize in all inter-college music festivals.
A decade-and-half later, I find that the same highway to happiness is also littered with theories. From its very definition to methodologies of measuring it, psychologists, biologists, economists are in a highly competitive space out there.
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