Cri-Cri Presents the Way to Happiness to Hundreds of Children and Their Grandparents in Tijuana, Mexico

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The foundation "Culture Without Borders" held a children's festival at the "House of Culture Altamira" presenting the grandson of Cri-Cri and moral values program "The Way to Happiness."

Hundreds of children and their grandparents were treated to a musical at this weekend's Children's Festival hosted by the foundation "Culture Without Borders". Led by Antonio De Carlo who with tears of excitement and happiness welcomed for the first time in Tijuana the grandson of Cri-Cri, Francisco S. Gabilondo.

Francisco told family anecdotes and stories between songs and dances that the audience loved , starting with "The King of Chocolate" , "The Duckling" , "The Che Spider" , "The Wardrobe" , the very popular "Cowboy Mouse" and others. The audience was amazed to hear how each of these songs has a message of values, which correspond to the common sense guide " The Way to Happiness."

At the end of the musical event the grandson of Cri-Cri gave attendees autographed copies of the book "The Way to Happiness". One grandmother said with tears in her eyes as she studied the Casa Altamira Primary School between 1943-1950 and that this festival took her back to his early childhood.

"The Way to Happiness " is a common sense guide to better living containing 21 precepts of moral values that apply to all people of all races and nationalities. These are points such as treating others as you would like them to treat you, helping children, honoring parents, be competent, being industrious, do not harm people of good will , etc." The Way to Happiness" was written by humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard and first published in 1981. To this date over 100 million copies have been passed from hand to hand in all continents and over 90 languages.

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