"The Way to Happiness" is a non-religious common sense guide to better living containing 21 precepts of moral values that apply to all people of all races and nationalities. The book was written by humanitarian L. Ron Hubbard.
Hollywood, CA (PRWEB) December 04, 2013
With Buzz Aldrin as the Grand Marshal and Stevie Wonder among celebrities headlining this year’s Hollywood Christmas Parade benefitting Toys for Tots and saluting DAV (Disabled American Veterans) Hollywood also saw "The Way to Happiness" float and its globally recognized message from the author of the book L. Ron Hubbard which read "Love and Help Children" and "Today’s children will become tomorrow’s civilization."
"The Way to Happiness" was represented by Marisol Nichols, star of no less than six prime-time television network shows, including FOX network’s "24" and ABC’s "GCB." Children of all ages participated in the float as well as the beloved fantasy character from Latin America "Cri-Cri." Crowds cheered in appreciation of the universal message of "Love and Help Children" from "The Way to Happiness" in commemoration of the 2013 Holiday Season as the float made its route down Hollywood Blvd, Vine St. and Sunset Blvd.
The floats, marching bands, balloons and of course the arrival of Santa brought holiday cheer and happiness to families lining the streets of Hollywood, Vine and Sunset as the parade celebrated its 83rd year. The Parade will air on December 11th at 2pm ET/PT on Hallmark Channel, along with an encore presentation on Hallmark Movie Channel on December 20th at 5pm ET/PT and December 24th at 11am ET/PT.
"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, being competent and 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 date over 100 million copies have been passed from hand to hand in all continents and over 90 languages.