London, UK (PRWEB) July 9, 2008
Happiness has been described as elusive by many people across the world. "Not so", according to the director, Dr. Joel Akande, of the Word and Happiness Institute. Speaking on International Happiness Day, which is due on July 10, 2008, he said the day, being set aside, is a welcome development to remind us all that happiness is a human right and that no one should be living an unhappy life.
To this end, the director of the Institute, Dr Joel Akande, emphasized, the need for everyone to endeavor to make desires and intentions that is consistent with human-made laws, resolve in our mind to overlook and to find legitimate solutions to our difficulties, aim to harm no one and exercise acts that is Godly, in conformity with natural laws. He also reminded us that forgiveness of offenses is vital to happiness.
Asked, what contribution his Institute can make towards human happiness on International Happiness Day, he had this to say: "The Word and Happiness Institute is as from July 10, 2008, making available, free online consultation on happiness, to anyone anywhere in the world." He added, "This is to mark the special day and for everyone to be able to access readily available resources on happiness."
Word and Happiness Institute is a UK based initiative, dedicated to helping individuals and people to achieve happiness and to resolve conflicting issues limiting their happiness.
If you would like more information or to schedule an interview with Dr. Joel A., please contact Joel through P.O Box 56417, London SE3 8XY. Website: http://www.supreme-word.com.